The Lake District is not only a stunning landscape, it is an Important Plant Area (IPA) meaning that it is home to internationally important groups of wild plants. Within the Lake District there are areas of Atlantic woodland which are warm and damp enabling many rare lichens, mosses, liverworts and ferns to thrive.
For a number of years Plantlife has been working in this type of woodland in the south west of England, western Wales and on the west coast of Scotland where we have been both supporting land managers to improve management of these woodlands and providing opportunities for the general public to learn more about them.
Plantlife plans to work in your area from later on in 2017 and we want to know what woodland activities you would like to be involved in. By providing us with some information we can plan a suitable programme of activities and stay in touch with you about it.
Thank you for taking the time to fill this in and please do get in touch if you have any further thoughts.
IPA Engagement Manager, Plantlife