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This autumn, help us find the Britain’s most colourful and important fungi – waxcaps.
Make a positive impact in protecting remarkable lichens.
Go the extra mile and run wild for Plantlife
Become a Plantlife member today and together we will rebuild a world rich in plants and fungi
Did you know that the Wild Leek has it’s roots in Welsh culture dating back thousands of years?Discover it’s fascinating history and why we think it deserves the spotlight on St David’s Day.
Read our Annual Review, which showcases our progress as we reach year 2 of the Plantlife Strategy to 2030.
In 22/23, we continue to restore our biodiversity across every landscape, and work towards a society that truly recognises the value of wild plants and fungi for the future of people and the planet.
From bumblebees to birds and moths to mammals – meadows are micro-cities of wildlife. Here's what to spot in your wildflower meadow.
The Wild Leek has been a symbol of Wales for so long that its stories date back to St David himself.
Hazel Gloves Fungus is a priority species on the UK Biodiversity Action Plan, learn more about this rainforest fungi this Reverse the Red month.
Wild plants and fungi support food chains, are a powerful force against climate crisis and underpin all life on earth. But 2 in 5 species are currently at risk of extinction. Plantlife is at the heart of a worldwide network that is spearheading the race to save plants and fungi.Join us to tackle the greatest challenge of our times.
Helping us to conserve wild plants and fungi involves many different activities. You can volunteer with Plantlife by getting stuck into practical conservation work or by data entry and research, or even campaigning and advocacy work.
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