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Visit the site - opens into new browser windowEnvironment Agency
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowNatural England
 Natural England works for people, places and nature to conserve and enhance biodiversity, landscapes and wildlife in rural, urban, coastal and marine areas.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStaffordshire County Council
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStaffordshire Wildlife Trust
 The Trust has been protecting and enhancing the wildlife and wild places of Staffordshire and promoting understanding, enjoyment and involvement in the natural world since 1969. We have over 14,000 members and manage over 2,000 acres of land.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStoke-on-Trent City Council
 
 
Wider Partnership Members
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowBritish Waterways
 British Waterways is a public corporation. We manage and care for more than 2,200 miles (3,540 km) of canals and rivers in England, Scotland and Wales on behalf of the British people.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowButterfly Conservation
 Butterfly Conservation's purpose is to secure a lasting future for all native butterflies, moths and their habitats within the UK.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowCannock Chase AONB
 Cannock Chase was designated as an AONB in 1958 because of its beautiful landscape, its wildlife and its history. Cannock Chase is the largest surviving area of lowland heathland in the Midlands . Lowland heath is an internationally scarce and threatened wildlife habitat. The AONB also has extensive areas of forest and woodland along with areas of designed parkland, sand and gravel quarrying and mixed agriculture.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowCannock Chase District Council
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowCentral Rivers
 The term "Central Rivers" refers to a 13 mile stretch of the river Trent and the river Tame in Staffordshire, between Burton on Trent and Tamworth. The area has experienced considerable development pressures through industrial development, housing and quarrying. At the same time, the area has the potential for significant landscape and ecological improvement, and, its recreation value has arguably been overlooked.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowEast Staffordshire Borough Council
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowFarming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG)
 The Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG) is the UK's only independent and dedicated provider of environmental and conservation advice and consultancy to farmers and crofters.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowForest of Mercia
 The Forest of Mercia is one of 12 government-backed Community Forests creating well-wooded landscapes for wildlife, work, recreation and education around some of England's major towns and cities.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowForestry Commission
 The government department responsible for the protection and expansion of Britain's forests and woodlands.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowLichfield District Council
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowNational Farmers Union
 The NFU champions British Farming and provides professional representation and services to over 60,000 Farmer and Grower members.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowNational Forest
 The National Forest is a forest in the making, transforming 200 square miles of central England. It is a bold project, blending new and maturing woodland within a wide variety of landscapes, presenting opportunities for many to take part in its development.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowNational Trust
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowNewcastle Borough Council
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowOn Trent
 This site tells you more about the River Trent, the OnTrent project and what you can do as an organisation, community group or a land manager along the Trent. The OnTrent Initiative highlights the issues facing the River Trent floodplain through influencing policy, raising awareness and promoting projects.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowPeak District National Park
 Britain's first national park, established in 1951, is visited by people from all over the world. They come to find peace, tranquillity and adventure, experiencing some of Englandís finest climbing, caving, walking and cycling.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowSouth Staffordshire Council
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStafford Borough Council
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStaffordshire Ecological Record
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStaffordshire Ecological Services (SES)
 Staffordshire Ecological Services (SES) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust. We are a not for profit company as all our profits go back into the parent organisation to fund conservation projects and wildlife education in Staffordshire.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStaffordshire Ecological Services (SES)
 Staffordshire Ecological Services (SES) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust. We are a not for profit company as all our profits go back into the parent organisation to fund conservation projects and wildlife education in Staffordshire.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStaffordshire Invertebrate Group
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStaffordshire Mammal Group
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowStaffordshire Moorlands District Council
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowTamworth Borough Council
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowWest Midland Bird Club
 Serving birdwatchers and ornithologists in the four English counties of Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and the Metropolitan West Midlands since 1929.
Visit the site - opens into new browser windowWoodland Trust
 The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading conservation charity dedicated to the protection of our native woodland heritage.