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The new reserve will enable Plantlife to protect wildflowers and fungi, while working at the forefront of conservation efforts to restore grasslands, and to create woodmeadow ecosystems.
Plantlife is calling for volunteers to join a citizen science project, NPMS, that monitors the effect of pressures facing the countryside on wild plants.
All UK habitats to be impacted by exposure to climate change – but some more than others. Read about how the NPMS’ work and a new study bringing together data on the UK’s climate, land cover and ecological monitoring, is deepening our understanding of changes.
Charities involved with the Coronation Meadows project have done an audit revealing a fantastic success. 101 new wildflower meadows have been created or restored since the Coronation
Meadows project began a decade ago.
National Highways and Plantlife have joined forces to launch a new £463,200 Meadow Makers project that will improve habitats in Cornwall, benefitting people, nature and wildlife.
National Highways and Plantlife have joined forces to launch a new £372,600 Meadow Makers project that will improve habitats in Hereford, benefitting people, nature and wildlife.
We welcome NatureScot’s Objection to the proposal to turn the nationally and internationally protected Coul Links into a golf course and their recognition of the harmful impacts that it will have to the dune system.
More and more people are embracing wilder lawns and the bountiful biodiversity benefits they bring
says Plantlife, as it reveals that 92.4% of those who surveyed lawns last year chose to No Mow
May – give the lawnmower a month off and let wild flowers get summer ready
Plantlife is 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 will be working with PONT and North Wales Wildlife Trust, to deliver grassland conservation across Wales.
Plantlife Scotland are delighted to secure £31,500 for the Transformative Action for Cairngorms Grasslands project, to protect these iconic Scottish landscapes against climate change and biodiversity loss.
To celebrate the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III, Plantlife is joining forces with English Heritage to enhance and create 100 meadows at their heritage sites.
Plantlife rediscover 15 fragments of lost rainforest and report 60 new species records. Rare and threatened lichens saved from dying trees through emergency translocation operations.
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