British and Irish Flora


 Flora locale 2018 update

The Trustees earlier this year agreed that Flora locale has met its primary objective raising the profile and benefits of native planting and will close and cease to exist at a date in 2018 to be finalised. Individually the Trustees will continue to champion the values of Flora locale and discussions have opened with the Society of Ecological Restoration to safeguard the information and guidance in the Restoration Library available freely on the Flora locale website.

We thank all our many contacts, trainers and associates who, over many years, have made the Flora locale experience so enjoyable.

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