ALSF

(redirected from Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund)
AcronymDefinition
ALSFAlex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (childhood cancer)
ALSFAggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (UK)
ALSFAustralian Liberal Students' Federation (Australia)
ALSFAccipiter Life Sciences Fund (Delaware)
ALSFAmerican Legion State Forest (Wisconsin)
ALSFApproach Lighting w/ Sequenced Flashing Lights (aviation)
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Staffordshire Wildlife Trust said the pounds 250,000 secured over six years from the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF) had made nature more accessible.
The Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF) was set up to compensate communities near quarrying and mineral extraction sites.
The scheme is being run by Tees Valley Arts and funded by Natural England through their Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund.
Funding from the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund, Science Shops Wales and the Development Awareness Fund, has financed the construction of three outdoor learning classrooms, environmental awareness projects and a school gardener.
The cash, from Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund, will help a team of conservation staff and volunteers clear land in Kippy Heugh, West Kyloe and Harpers Heugh to assist with the establishment of grazing by sheep or goats.
The Community Association in Treuddyn near Mold has received pounds 38,000 from the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund while pounds 4,500 came from Flintshire Local Voluntary Council.
Since 2002 alone, more than 12million [pounds sterling] of funding has been spent on marine aggregate issues through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund.
Work started just before Christmas, and is being largely funded by a pounds 50,000 grant from the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund, a scheme run by Government environmental body Natural England.
The Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust pearl-bordered fritillary project is funded by the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund and CCW and works on a number of sites in Powys to restore the fortunes of this rare butterfly.
Children at Camp Hill Primary School, in Hollystitches Road, have also been learning about geology and fossils, the quarrying process, the restoration of sites and how waste is disposed of as part of a project financed by the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund. There are two quarry sites in the Camp Hill area, on either side of Tuttle Hill - Judkins landfill site and the old Midland Quarry.
Funding for the project has been provided by Natural England through Defra's Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The cash, from Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund, will be used to clear land in Kippy Heugh, West Kyloe and Harpers Heugh to assist with the establishment of grazing by sheep or goats.