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Posted: 16 January 2020
The Board and team at Parklands Albury Wodonga acknowledge the extraordinary impact on people at the ongoing loss of property, livelihoods, livestock, wildlife and environment in this bushfire crisis.

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Posted: 16 January 2020
We know the job of recovery and rebuilding will be long. Here are some platforms designed to enable people to directly support bushfire affected communities.

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Posted: 09 January 2020
Craft skills are being put to good use in responding to bushfire destruction.

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Posted: 09 January 2020
Volunteering naturally 2019 represents the first annual stocktake of environmental volunteering in Victoria since 2005.

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Posted: 04 January 2020
Adventure Race Directors from across Victoria have rallied together with a fundraising raffle to support Country Fire Authority volunteers.

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Posted: 03 January 2020
The Cudgewa community has been devastated by the recent bushfires. The town at the end of the Wodonga to Cudgewa railway line has weathered many challenges over the centuries. Help this community help themselves, as they start on their next chapter.

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Posted: March to December 2020
You are invited to join Parklands rangers for 2 hours of practical environmental stewardship experience at any one of our Friday Park Stewardship mornings in 2020.

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Posted: 28 November 2019
December 3rd 2019 is GivingTuesday, and Parklands encourage local support for environmental projects through on-ground partnership, donation or purchase from our range of ethical options.

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Posted: 28 November 2019
At a time when we are realising the essential importance of being within nature to human health, we are also waking up to what's at risk from climate change. The forum held on Tuesday 26th November delivered a series of key messages for local land managers.

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Posted: 21 November 2019
Across the country 3.1 million mammals, 1.1 million birds and 1.8 million reptiles are killed by cats each day, according to the Australian Threatened Species Recovery hub.

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Posted: 14 November 2019
This week a special package arrived at PAW, full of thanks from the Year 2 students from the Holy Spirit School in Lavington.

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Posted: 14 November 2019
The dry season seems to have suited native wildflowers throughout the region, with numerous walkers in the local bush parks commenting on spectacular displays and rare finds in flower.

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Possums galore thrill night walkers

Riverina Trail runs attract a solid following

AW Commercial planting for the future

Weaving exchange more than just technique

Volunteer Ranger Program

Rolling over your office printer? We have a home.

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