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Species Recovery for Plants and Fungi

Plantlife is leading recovery work of threatened species. We share our expertise in habitat management best practices in encouraging wild plants and fungi to grow and thrive.

Our recent work is the reintroduction of Rosy Saxifrage in Wales.

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Our Work

Fen Orchid Programme

Fen Orchid Programme

A more than 10 years programme of increasing the population of the Fen Orchid in the UK lead by Plantlife.

Design your LNRS to Deliver for Plants and Fungi

Design your LNRS to Deliver for Plants and Fungi

Drive positive change for your local wildlife and local communities with Plantlife's LNRS Local Nature Recovery Strategy guidance.

Clean Air for Wild Plants and Fungi

Clean Air for Wild Plants and Fungi

Read how Plantlife is working with governments and landowners to tackle nitrogen – one of the greatest threats to our wild plants, lichens and fungi

Blogs

Rosy Saxifrage reintroduced into Wales after 62 years extinct 
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Rosy Saxifrage reintroduced into Wales after 62 years extinct 

The beautiful mountain plant, Rosy Saxifrage, has returned to the wild in Wales after becoming extinct in 1962.  

Give plants and fungi a vote at the general election
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Give plants and fungi a vote at the general election

We depend on Plants and Fungi, however their future depends on what elected politicians do for nature. Use your vote to give plants and fungi a voice at the 2024 general election.

Peat-free horticulture for plants, people and planet
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Peat-free horticulture for plants, people and planet

Extraction of peat for gardening and horticulture continues to damage wildlife and our climate, despite government commitments to phase it out. Plantlife is calling on governments and industry to end the use of peat in gardening and horticulture to benefit nature and our climate. 

Downloadable Management Guides