Celebrating Lincolnshire's wonderful plants!
Plants are really important. We eat them, build with them, wear clothes made from them and breathe the oxygen they create. That's why we think #BotanyisAce!
Thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is leading a project to preserve Lincolnshire’s botanical heritage and inspire and train future botanists.
Look out for the inspiring programme of events around Lincolnshire over the coming years until Autumn 2020.
For more about who the Heritage Lottery Fund are, how they're helping, and previous projects funded with their support, check out our dedicated HLF page by clicking below.
Love Lincs Plants project reports
Inspired by Sir Joseph Banks, an 18th Century Lincolnshire naturalist who voyaged around the world with Captain Cook, the project aims to:
As well as the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, other project partners include the Natural History Museum, Lincolnshire Naturalists' Union, Sir Joseph Banks Society and the University of Lincoln. Click below to browse our partners websites and find out more.
If you're aged 18 to 35, why not come along to one of our FREE botanical courses, ranging from selecting, drying and mounting specimens to identifying wildflowers and grasses.
Your name could end up alongside a new collection of Lincolnshire plants at the Natural History Museum in London!
More #LoveLincsPlants events
We have a range of events planned this year, ranging from identification skills for absolute beginners to field sketchbook workshops with local artists. Take a look below or search all events in your area here.
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