Welcome to Plantlife Scotland
Our team is based in Stirling. We conserve flowers, plants, fungi and their habitats across Scotland. Our work is focussed on six special habitats that are particularly important here such as the Munsary Peatlands, Plantlife's largest nature reserve which is internationally recognised for its blanket bog habitat.
Our wild plants page celebrates Scotland's wild plants and habitats, important plant areas and describes some of our current conservation projects.
We also actively campaign for the protection and recognition of Scotland's wild plants, whether by lobbying MPs to sign up to a wildlife proclamation or ensuring that threatened plants such as juniper continue to be monitered and conserved.
With the help of volunteers we are able to carry out crucial surveying and monitoring out in the field. We are also supported by our generous volunteers at events, in the office and at workdays - if you would like to become a Flora Guardian in Scotland you can register your interest here. We also have a busy and varied progamme of walks and events throughout Scotland each year. To find out more, visit our Activities page and get in touch if you would like to come along.
Download a copy of our 2014 newsletter here.
Download a copy of our 2013 newsletter here.
For a list of our publications click here.