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Bringing nature back to the wetlands

The Great Manchester Wetlands is a unique and diverse landscape of water, fen, wet grassland, wet woodland and lowland raised bog. Formed in 2011, the Great Manchester Wetlands Partnership brings together experts from over 20 organisations including Lancashire Wildlife Trust, working together for nature by restoring habitats, reintroducing lost species and engaging communities. It is delivering a landscape-scale community and natural heritage programme, to restore a nature recovery network of wildlife sites and corridors. This will allow wetland species to thrive in the face of increasing environmental pressures.  Find out more here  

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