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Posted: 27 July 2021
The results of our recent community survey on public access to regional waterways are in, with feedback from 146 people covering river access points, community expectations of recreational trails and the restoration of waterfront reserves, potential issues and concerns with increased patronage of our waterways.

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Posted: 27 July 2021
Things are starting to move in the plant guard world, with recycling programs for plastic guards and new biodegradable guards on the market.

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Posted: 20 July 2021
PAW wishes to remind locals and visitors to stay away from Kiewa river and Middle creek floodwaters during times of high rainfall.

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Posted: 19 July 2021
The yam daisy has been almost entirely lost from our local landscapes. Join Parklands rangers to help replant them this year.

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Posted: 19 July 2021
These days almost every planting related item can be recycled, and local re-use is a great option.

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Posted: 19 July 2021
Out and about in the regional bush parks, our new park furniture invites you to pack a picnic or sit quietly and connect with nature.

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Posted: 13 July 2021
Sustainability leader Matt Wicking has introduced a powerful tool to focus us on our capacity to change things for the better

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Posted: 12 July 2021
This year we are very pleased to be able to expand our hands-on park stewardship program with the inclusion of cultural insights from experienced guide Brendon Kennedy.

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Posted: 28 June 2021
Parklands are proud to work with many local businesses, large and small, who are taking real steps towards carbon neutrality – examining their business practices and participating in projects like tree planting to offset their emissions.

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Posted: 28 June 2021
A stunning location on the Kiewa river and glorious sunshine greeted our first community planting volunteers this morning. Registrations are now open if you would like to join us.

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Posted: 08 June 2021
Want to learn how to make a great online walking map? Parklands are supporting walkers to learn how to create themed digital walking maps featuring the bush parks and hills of Albury Wodonga.

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Posted: 01 June 2021
After 24 years of Parklands use of the old Lemke house and dairy sheds as our office, the Commonwealth Government has decided to board up, rather than repair these historic buildings.

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New Workhorse fundraiser

Park Stewardship Volunteer program commences

All set for planting season

Confused about Recycling? Greenius is here!

Huon rail history bound for a new lease of life.

Bushpark Explorer videos now live

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