Many other conservation organisations work in the AONB.
Here are links to some of them. Just click on the title. If you think we have omitted one please let us know.
Arnside and District Natural History Society.: holds field trips and meetings as well as recording the flora and fauna of the AONB
The Barnes Charitable Trust : looks after Ashmeadow Woodlands and Crossfield Wood.
Butterfly Conservation: is responsible for Myers Allotment and also for the many transect volunteers who monitor butterflies and moths
Cumbria Wildlife Trust: is responsible for Grubbins Wood.
Lancashire Wildlife Trust: is responsible for a reserve on Warton Crag
Lancaster Beekeepers: is a thriving group of beekeepers who have an apiery in Yealand
Mourholme Local History Society: is interested in all aspects of the history of the Parish of Warton
Natural England: manage the National Nature Reserves of Gait Barrows and Hawes Water
The National Trust: has reserves all over the AONB.
The RSPB: the main reserve is at Leighton Moss but also has reserves at Barrow Scout, Warton Crag and Silverdale Moss
Silverdale District Woodbank: is a community group that carries out woodland management producing wood fuel and helping people in fuel poverty.
Westmorland Red Squirrels: are working to protect our red squirrels and are actively trying to get them back into the AONB
The Woodland Trust: is responsible for Dobshall Wood in Arnside, Hyning Scout Woodland