Come and be part of a global voice for wild plants and fungi
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.
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
From the spectacular landscape of the Cairngorms to the corridors of Holyrood, Plantlife Scotland fights for wild plants, celebrates their beauty, and protects their future.
Wild flowers, plants and fungi are the life support for all Scotland’s wildlife and their colour and character light up our mountains and glens, lochs and islands. But without our help, this priceless natural heritage is in danger of being lost.
Without intervention, the delicate white blooms of the rare Twinflower could disappear from Scotland.
However, volunteers from across the Cairngorms have been working hard to bring this iconic Scottish wildflower back. Watch as the community comes together to save Twinflower, and learn more about the project and this special plant.
Are you aged between 16 – 25, based in one of the Species on the Edge project areas, and passionate about your local wildlife? If so, this is an opportunity for you! The Species on the Edge Youth Panel is now open for applications.
Discover how Plantlife is working with governments to protect and restore temperate rainforest along the Atlantic coast of Britain.
Learn how you can make an impact on Scotland's new Natural Environment Bill, putting wild plants at the heart of plans for nature recovery.
A new stock-take of the UK’s wildlife has revealed continued declines in our biodiversity, with over half of our flowering plants declining in their range since 1970.
Discover the activities and work that our volunteers in the Cairngorms do with Sam Jones of the Rare Plants and Wild Connections Project.
Learn about why our Munsary Peatlands reserve is being put forward for inscription as the world’s first peatland UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Plantlife’s Artist in Residence, shares her summer journey across our reserves and some top tips for aspiring botanical artists.
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