Our wildlife is being squeezed out, isolated and we have a real risk of losing species locally if we don't create a safe and effective corridor for them to move through.

By creating a network of safe spaces for wildlife to move between, and inspiring local people to experience these areas in new ways, we will re-imagine our landscape.

The Carbon Landscape is a 3.2 million pound project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the first project of the Great Manchester Wetlands Partnership.

There are twenty two different projects interwoven throughout the Carbon Landscape, ranging from habitat restoration works to community group empowerment.  These projects are delivered by the Carbon Landscape Project Team and the thirteen project partners.


Our First Steps Campaign #firststeps

Our #firststeps campaign is all about how you can get out and get involved in the Carbon Landscape. It’s about interaction, education and making a connection with your local wildlife and wild spaces. It’s about learning new skills, going somewhere you’ve never been before or looking at something in a different way. The Carbon Landscape is a wonderful, wetland world just waiting to be explored! Join us and share your #firststeps with us on our social media pages as we will be celebrating this amazing landscape right on your doorstep.