Project delivery partners Mark Hamblin/2020VISION The delivery of our projects is supported by a wide range of delivery partners PartnerThe Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North MerseysideThe largest nature conservation body in Greater Manchester protecting 1,288 hectares of habitat for rare and threatened species. PartnerCanal & River TrustA charity which looks after and brings to life 2,000 miles of waterways across the UK and many miles within Greater Manchester. PartnerCheshire Wildlife TrustOne of 46 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK, with the invaluable support of volunteers and members it manages around 40 nature reserves. PartnerGreat Manchester Wetlands PartnershipDelivering a landscape-scale community and natural heritage programme, restoring a nature recovery network of wildlife sites and corridors. PartnerManchester City of TreesTransforming underused, unloved woodland and planting three million trees - one for every person in the region, within a generation. PartnerThe Mersey Rivers TrustA charity working in partnership with all those interested in improving local rivers and waterways. PartnerGreater Manchester Ecology UnitProviding specialist advice on biodiversity, nature and wildlife to the 10 district councils that make up Greater Manchester. PartnerNorthern RootsCreating the UK’s largest urban farm and eco-park on 160 acres of stunning green space in the heart of Oldham, Greater Manchester. PartnerRSPBThe RSPB is the largest conservation charity in the country with two major North West nature reserves at Leighton Moss and Marshside. PartnerThe Woodland TrustThe UK’s largest woodland conservation charity, with 500,000 members and supporters and more than 1,000 woods which are free to visit. Apply for funding Discover and apply for funding opportunities in Greater Manchester. Successful projects Take a look at the projects we are already funding.