Our work - Wildlife

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When we plant trees and manage woodlands, we ensure that this has a positive impact on the local wildlife population, increasing biodiversity and complementing other important habitats.
 

Ecological networks such as corridors of green spaces are vital to allow species to move and thrive. We try to ensure that these are maintained and improved and new ones created in places of need. 

Wildlife projects:
Interpretation board at Marbury Arboretum

Marbury Arboretum Restoration

One of Cheshire's most historic collections of trees has been restored and made accessible to visitors thanks to the hard work of the Friends of... Read more about Marbury Arboretum Restoration
Two girls in their local forest, surrounded by bluebells

Cheshire Bluebell Recovery project

The Mersey Forest is working to re-establish greater numbers of native bluebells in the local area through the Cheshire Bluebell Recovery project. Read more about Cheshire Bluebell Recovery project

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