Three of The Mersey Forest's projects have been shortlisted for two separate awards - the Echo Environment Awards and the Royal Forestry Society Awards.
The Mersey Forest's Access to Nature project has been nominated for the Be Active in Our World Award as part of the Echo Environment Awards, which recognises community projects that encourage people to become physically active.
Meanwhile, the Northwood Green Streets project and Mab Lane Community Woodland project have been shortlisted for the Urban Forestry Category in the Royal Forestry Society Awards, which aims to recognise innovations in urban forestry.
Other nominees of the Echo Environment Awards include businesses Heap and Partners, Black Frost, and Fieldway Supplies Ltd, who have been nominated for The Mersey Forest Corporate Responsibility Award, and local community groups Tomorrow's Women Wirral, North End Writers, Acorn Farm and Cycle Liverpool South.
Liverpool community volunteer Anthony Beyga has also been nominated for the Give Environment Award in recognition of his work at Mab Lane Community Woodland.
The winners of the Echo Environment awards are set to be announced on 16 May at an awards ceremony at the Isla Gladstone Conservatory, while the winners of the Royal Forestry Society Awards will also be announced in the summer.
Visit the Liverpool Echo website to view the full shortlist of nominees for the Echo Environment Awards.