Flora and Environment Badges
There are many other conservation organisations which focus on the plants, trees, waterways, habiats or just the environment in general. These sometimes have animal themed badges but more often its plants or trees and flowers are also quite popular.
The woodland trust gave out Verdun acorn pin badges for free to the public. In 1916, acorns brought back from the battlefields of Verdun following the longest conflict in the First World War, were planted in tribute to the fallen.
Badges are no longer available. however for more information on the Woodland Trust visit here:
The Charter for Trees, Woods and People.
Lead by the Woodland Trust more than 70 organisations from business to education are supporting this project. In November 2017 it will mark the 800th anniversary of the influential 1217 Charter of the Forest, this campaign will launch the new Charter for Trees, Woods and People.
The badge itself is wooden with a detailed design.
The badges are now all sold out but for more information:
The 'Charter Mark' Badge
Plantlife is a British conservation charity working nationally and internationally to save threatened wild flowers, plants and fungi . They have nearly 4,500 acres of protected land over 23 nature reserve across England, Scotland and Wales. They have approximately 11,000 members and HRH The Prince of Wales is the Patron.
Badge not currently listed on their online shop but a link to the rest of their merchandise can be found here:
National trust is a large organisation with many branches. Several sites have produced their own badges, many featuring flora. Most of which are not available online. For more information speak to the individual sites themselves.
Save Our Magnificent Meadows is the UK’s largest partnership project transforming the fortunes of vanishing wildflower meadows, grasslands and wildlife. Led by Plantlife, the partnership is made up of 11 organisations and is primarily funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Trees for Cities
Trees for Cities are the only UK charity working at a national and international scale to improve peoples lives by planting trees in cities. Working with local communities to cultivate lasting change from revitalising forgotten spaces, creating healthier environments to getting people excited about growing, foraging and eating healthy food.
I Count was the campaign of the 'Stop Climate Chaos' climate change movement. The campaign was supported by many organisations including RSPB, The Wildlife Trusts, Woodland Trust and WWF-UK.