This autumn, help Plantlife find the UK’s most colourful and important fungi. It’s a chance to develop your Citizen Science and STEM skills too! By taking part in this year’s Waxcap Watch, you’ll be protecting our ancient meadows and the rainbow of wild waxcaps that call them home. The UK [...]
This article in The Conversation (January 24, 2022) points out that up to 85% of the nectar available to pollinating insects in a city comes from gardens. What we plant across the seasons – whether in our school grounds, an allotment or a window box – can make a huge [...]
Plantlife are running a Waxcap Watch. Download the app, and spare a couple of hours surveying a site near you. In Scotland, results from the survey will inform conversations with landowners on how best to restore and protect local waxcap grasslands in key project areas such as the Cairngorms National Park.
Services supporting outdoor learning are provided by these Scottish organisations.