A flavour of some of the work we are up to:
Saving Starved Wood-sedge (Carex depauperata)
Indisputably one of the rarest plants in the country, this sedge is now confined to two native sites.
A third site has been created in recent years (near a wood from which it vanished in the 1950s) using plants grown by Kew Gardens, and this is being closely monitored to discover if the plants have formed a breeding population.
In the meantime we have been hard at work at one of its native sites in a secret location in Surrey, as this short film shows.