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Breckland, East Anglia

The Breckland is a unique landscape in East Anglia, formed of grass-heath and shifting sands. One of the most important botanical hotspots in the UK, we're helping to keep it that way.

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The Lizard, Cornwall

The most southerly point in mainland Britain and forged from rare metamorphic rocks, the heaths and trackways of the Lizard boast an outstanding flora. Our work here will provide the conditions the rarest plants need to survive.

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Dorset's Heathland Heart

Led by Plantlife, this project includes an ambitious programme of management work across selected sites, creating the micro-habitats that key heathland species need...

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