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Advice And Support

There are a number of organizations which are able to give further advice and support about woodland management and creation etc. these include:

Pennine Edge Forest

Red Rose Forest
Red Rose is the community forest for the Cities of Manchester and Salford and the boroughs of Bolton, Bury, Trafford and Wigan. They are able to give further advice on woodland and tree issues. Contact: 0161 872 1660

Greater Manchester Biodiversity Project
The Greater Manchester Biodiversity partnership is working to deliver the Greater Manchester Biodiversity Action plan, and leads on plans and projects for its implmentation. Contact: 0161 371 8146

Forestry Commission
The government agencies with responsibility for woodland and forest policy, and for the delivery of grant aid for forestry.

Rochdale Countryside Services
Responsible for the management of council owned countryside sites, including woodland throughout the borough of Rochdale. Contact: 01706 350459

Oldham Countryside Services
Responsible for the management of council owned countryside sites, including woodland throughout the borough of Oldham. Contact: 0161 820 6202

Tameside Countryside Services
Responsible for the management of council owned countryside sites, including woodland throughout the borough of Tameside. Contact: 0161 330 9613

Groundwork Oldham and Rochdale
Groundwork is an environmental charity which runs a wide range of programme including landscapes and conservation work, education and community activities and has a number of volunteer and training. Contact: 0161 624 1444

BTCV
A national organization and charity which specialises in environmental conservation volunteering through a range of activities. BTCV also runs a number of Green Gym projects throughout the country linking health and fitness with conservation work. Contact: 01706 713244

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