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This autumn, help us find the Britain’s most colourful and important fungi – waxcaps.
Plantlife’s Big Give Christmas Challenge 28 Nov- 5 Dec, make a positive impact in protecting remarkable lichens.
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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.
Plantlife was delighted to be awarded a Nature Networks Fund (round 2) grant of £1 million to restore Welsh grasslands in and around Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs).
We have begun working with PONT and North Wales Wildlife Trust, to deliver grassland conservation across Wales.
Discover how Plantlife is working with governments to protect and restore temperate rainforest along the Atlantic coast of Britain.
It’s waxcap season in the Upper Ystwyth and Plantlife’s Sheena Duller explains why fungi and farming can go so well together.
A closer look at some of the headlines from the State of Nature 2023 report, and what they mean for our species and habitats in Wales.
Discover how you can identify the mosses where you live, and read about Lizzie's challenge to learn 10 mosses!
Grasslands like meadows and parks are not just home to wildflowers, they are also an important habitat for waxcap fungi.
Ever wondered why we need to go out and count rare plants? Meg Griffiths reflects on a summer of lichen hunting for the Natur am Byth! Project.
Download and read our Welsh Language Policy 2021 and Welsh Language Scheme 2023
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