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Posted: 19 July 2018
Community input via the Parklands survey last month has reshaped the Parklands Albury Wodonga Strategic Plan 2030

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Posted: 19 July 2018
The Wodonga Creek Nature Trail is closer to reality after Parklands rangers completed a number of infrastructure installations this week.

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Posted: 12 July 2018
Two recent spotlighting night walks opened many eyes to the nightlife in our bush parks.

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Posted: 14 June 2018
Tallangatta Rail Trail Action Group is closer than ever to completing restoration of the Dry Forest Creek Trestle bridge, thanks to the Puffing Billy Preservation Society's generous pitching-in on the job. Society railway enthusiasts led a week-long working bee in May, wrestling huge piers and beams into the massive trestle structure at Bullioh.

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Posted: 07 June 2018
Community Farm rangers Rohit Khulal and Tilak Chhetri were excited to attend the Border Trust's Big Give last week to receive funds enabling the implementation of Stage Two of the Community Farm Plan, thanks to a Scanlon Foundation Grant.

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Posted: 31 May 2018
Parklands Board and staff would like to express our appreciation for so many generous offers from the community following the theft of tools and equipment from our Depot.

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Posted: 31 May 2018
Parklands are pleased to be partnering with AW Commercial to support habitat restoration in the region.

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Posted: 22 May 2018
Parklands are seeking community input into the plan which will guide our work to 2030.

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Posted: 18 May 2018
Parklands have issued a challenge to all comers to walk, ride or crawl seven local summits and help raise funds for three new boardwalks.

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Posted: 17 May 2018
Thieves have stolen twenty years worth of tools donated by community members and local businesses; a collection gradually built to be fit for purpose to Parklands unique community enterprise.

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Posted: 17 May 2018
A new video clip on the Wodonga Aboriginal Network shows how working together improves understanding and outcomes in our local area

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Posted: 10 May 2018
Roadside bush corridors are the arteries linking our all-too-rare bush incubator sites, allowing the movement of wildlife and vital exchange of DNA within species.

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Looking out in new ways

Planned burn on High Country Rail Trail

Mud Walking - the new bush restoration sport

Trailcam snaps secret lives of the Kiewa bush

Fire-wise native gardens and revegetation - plan before you plant

Bamboo weaves a fitting shelter

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