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A visit to Cranborne Chase


Working to secure a world rich in wild plants and fungi.
  • Environment

15,800 acres of meadows created or restored in 2021/2022

Plantlife is working to:

  • Protect and restore the diversity of wild plants and fungi to enhance our countryside, towns and cities
  • Connect people with nature to improve wellbeing and inspire action to save species and their habitats
  • Work in partnerships so that all people and all sectors of society can contribute to tackling the climate and nature crisis we face
  • Collaborate and influence on the world stage to empower societies across the globe to help protect plants and fungi

Strategic partnership funding from the Fund is being used to launch Plantlife’s Science and Impact programme: to demonstrate impact, expand and share organisational learning, build evidence for increased financial support, develop research networks, and provide a platform for an education programme in the longer term.

The appointment of a Chief Scientist and development of a science, impact and evidence strategy is enabling Plantlife to further quantify and analyse the outcomes of their conservation activity. This investment in science and impact work will also help to raise Plantlife’s profile with the professional science community and the public interested in science.