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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.
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
Plantlife encourages people everywhere to be a part of the solution to the climate crisis. Let’s protect, restore, & strengthen the world’s species and habitats.
Over 97% of the UK’s species-rich grassland has been lost in less than a century and it now covers just 1% of land. Plantlife is working across England, Scotland and Wales to restore these.
British temperate rainforests are of global importance, having the greatest concentration of oceanic lichens and mosses in Europe, they are rare habitats. Plantlife is working to protect their long-term future.
Plantlife is leading recovery work of threatened plants species. We share our expertise in habitat management best practices in encouraging wild plants and fungi to grow and thrive.
Explore our work in protecting and restoring plant life and fungi in England through our case studies.
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.
Explore our work in protecting and restoring plant life and fungi in Wales through our case studies.
Explore our work in protecting and restoring plant life and fungi globally through our case studies.
IPAs are key sites for exceptional botanical richness; rare, threatened and socio-economically valuable plant species; and rare and threatened habitats. Plantlife developed the first IPA criteria in 2001.
Plantlife manages 23 nature reserves across the country: from Cornwall to Caithness, Cumbria to Kent. They range in colourful diversity from traditional hay meadows showcasing stunning wildflowers, to very rare habitats that are home to important ecosystems of ferns and mosses.
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