Oppla is a new knowledge marketplace; a place where the latest thinking on ecosystem services, natural capital and nature-based solutions is brought together.
Its purpose is to simplify how we share, obtain and create knowledge to better manage our environment.
Oppla is an open platform that is designed for people with diverse needs and interests - from science, policy and practice; public, private and voluntary sectors; organisations large and small, as well as individuals. All are welcome and have a part to play in our community.
Membership of Oppla is free and includes access to the following services: Ask Oppla; Oppla Marketplace; Oppla community.
We're delighted to be working on a new project with City of Trees to design and produce interpretation for Sale Water Park in Greater Manchester. The project will help visitors to explore Sale Water Park and find out more about its history and the many birds that visit the site.
We're really pleased with the new Heritage Trees website, which we have developed with City of Trees. Heritage Trees is a 4 year project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. It aims to celebrate, record and protect our local tree heritage - the trees, woodlands, hedgerows and orchards which are part of the fabric of our towns and cities.
Visit the Heritage Trees website (opens in a new window)