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Our work - Empowering communities

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The Mersey Forest is a community forest and it's home to 1.7m people. We want as many of them as possible to enjoy the Forest - and to take part in planning and developing its growth.

When the Forest is used and cherished by local people, it becomes more sustainable in the long run. That's why we support local Friends groups and help people gain the skills to look after their local part of the Forest. 

Empowering communities projects:

SLUG: South Liverpool Urban Garden

The Mersey Forest is working in partnership with Employability Solutions to create SLUG - South Liverpool Urban Garden - an outdoor community... Read more about SLUG: South Liverpool Urban Garden
Ellesmere Port residents with street trees

Green Streets

Green Streets is The Mersey Forest's programme of urban street tree planting that is improving our neighbourhoods and bringing communities together. Read more about Green Streets
Two children explore pond with nets

Friends of the Woodlands project

Since 1998 we've given community groups long-term support to take an active role in their local woodlands, bringing a whole range of benefits. Read more about Friends of the Woodlands project
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Green Streets in Knowsley

Since 2008, The Mersey Forest has planted thousands of street trees through its Green Streets programme. Read more about Green Streets in Knowsley
Volunteers planting up the Garden

St John the Evangelist Church Memorial Garden

Funding co-ordinated through the Mersey Forest has helped one local community make their churchyard greener and more accessible. Read more about St John the Evangelist Church Memorial Garden

Mab Lane Community Woodland

The Mersey Forest has helped to transform a no-go area in Liverpool into a thriving community woodland. Read more about Mab Lane Community Woodland

Big Tree Plant

The Mersey Forest contributed to a national campaign called the Big Tree Plant, which planted one million trees between 2011-2015. Read more about Big Tree Plant