Back From the Brink
More than 100 species of England’s most threatened wildlife - including wild flowers - could be saved from extinction.
At the end of 2012, HRH The Prince of Wales suggested a remarkable nationwide project – a meadow in every county to mark the anniversary of The Queen’s coronation. Dubbed 'Coronation Meadows' we've been working with our partners at the Wildlife Trusts and the Rare Breeds Survival Trust to fulfill his vision.
Save Our Magnificent Meadows
From the lowland meadows of East Lothian and the grasslands of Fermanagh, to the rush pastures of west Wales and the hillside grasslands of the Cotswolds and North Downs, the HLF funded Magnificent Meadows project is taking emergency action to prevent their disappearance.
Brexit: a greener UK?
After Brexit, environmental protection and funding may be in jeopardy. Ask your MP to stand up for the environment in Parliament.
Plant Link (PLINK)
A forum for organisations to share information and work together to advance the conservation of wild plants, fungi and lichen.
Widespread declining species
A collaborative project between Natural England, the Botanical Society of the British Isles and Ireland (BSBI) and Plantlife which has been designed to improve the evidence-base for a selection of threatened widespread declining vascular plants.