There are lots of opportunities for you to get involved in protecting and improving this important landscape.
You might like to get involved in practical conservation projects, such as the Wetland and Woodland Custodian Scheme. You might like to help with local wildlife recording as part of the Grey to Green Project. Or perhaps you just want to keep up to date with latest news by signing up to the Red Rose Forest newsletter and becoming a Friend of the Forest. Young people can also learn more about biodiversity and the natural and industrial heritage of the area through dedicated education programmes for schools.
Please fill in the form below and let us know how you'd like to get involved.