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Our work in Wales

Wales is home to some of our most spectacular habitats for wild plants and fungi. Plantlife has a dedicated team of staff working for their future.

Read more about the Natur am Byth project saving threatened species from extinction, including some of our rarest lichens and wild plants.

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Our Work

Natur Am Byth! Pen Llŷn ac Ynys Môn
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Natur Am Byth! Pen Llŷn ac Ynys Môn

Discover how Wales’ flagship green recovery project Natur am Byth! is helping to unravel the mystery of a vanishing lichen.

Sustainable farming needs government support, report reveals
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Sustainable farming needs government support, report reveals

As governments continue to undervalue grasslands, Plantlife is calling on policymakers to help farmers make sustainable choices. 

Government Action for Temperate Rainforests 

Government Action for Temperate Rainforests 

Discover how Plantlife is working with governments to protect and restore temperate rainforest along the Atlantic coast of Britain.

Blog

COP28: Why Food and Farming Matters
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COP28: Why Food and Farming Matters

One of the most important discussions at COP28 is about – food and agriculture. Find out why they are so important for global governments.

Mistletoe: Why the Kissing Plant is a Parasite

Mistletoe: Why the Kissing Plant is a Parasite

Do you know the truth about the Christmas kissing plant? Discover this festive favourite's unusual way of surviving – as a parasite!

Protecting Waxcaps: All the Losses We Cannot See…

Protecting Waxcaps: All the Losses We Cannot See…

Britain’s waxcap grasslands are considered to be the best in Europe. Discover the pressures these colourful fungi and their habitats face…

Wildflowers in pink, purple and yellow among grass in Cae Blaen-dyffryn.
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