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Parklands Albury Wodonga is one of the largest non-government Committees of Management in Victoria, with 2,300 hectares of Crown land where Parklands is the formally appointed land manager. Departmental staff provide valuable technical support as well as project specific financial support through various Crown land programs.

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Parklands is partnering AlburyCity, and the community in the environmental restoration of a range of bush reserves and remnant vegetation roadsides in Albury. These currently include Padman-Mates Park, Oddies Creek (South Albury), Apex Park (Lake Hume), Eastern Hill, Mungabareena, Bungambrawartha Creek, Nail Can Hill and higher conservation value roadsides.

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Parklands Albury Wodonga is appreciative of the funding for on ground environmental and heritage projects from numerous Australian Government program grants over the past two decades.

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Bonegilla Boardwalk Parklands Albury Wodonga has partnered with Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation, Wilsons Transformer Company and Bonegilla Rail Trail Advisory Group to fabricate and install two 300 metre boardwalks across the floodplain section of

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Australia is home to more than 500,000 animal and plant species, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Over the last 200 years, more than 100 animal and plant species have become extinct. In NSW alone there are close to 1,000 animal and

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The NSW Office of Water in the Department of Primary Industries is responsible for the management of the State's surface water and groundwater resources. For over a decade, the Murray Darling Basin Authority has funded a very successful Riparian Restoration

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Slopes to Summit Parntership The Slopes to Summit (S2S) partnership was established by the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (GER) in 2007, and is currently one of ten GER partnership areas. The GER brings people and organisations together to protect,

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Connecting Youth with Murray River Country and Community (2013-2016) The Ross Trust made a contribution toward the salary of the Parklands Albury Wodongs Ranger to work alongside volunteers, with a focus on youth, along the Murray River, Kiewa River

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Protecting Threatened Species Initially Workways Australia approached Parklands Albury Wodonga looking for a park project to sponsor. The sponsorship of 100 nest-boxes to create habitat for the threatened species squirrel gliders and phascogale, also

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"We See the Big in You" Website: www.humebank.com.au The Hume Bank have been involved in a number of activities with parklands. Hume identified the involvement with parklands as a unique opportunity. Former Hume Chairman, Mr. Ulf Ericson comments “We

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The City of Wodonga has been one of Parklands Albury Wodonga's strongest supporters over the past decade. In the early years, Wodonga City Council out-sourced the management of bush parks in the Wodonga local government area to Parklands Albury Wodonga.

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