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Posted: 01 November 2018
Wodonga Mens Shed members have recently seen first hand how the Glider boxes they manufacture are installed on trees, discussed the why's and wherefore's of nestboxes as habitat support, and learned about monitoring using a pole camera.

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Posted: 01 November 2018
The Annual report of Parklands Albury Wodonga Ltd for 2018 is now available on our website.

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Posted: 11 October 2018
Parklands have been successful in a submission for funds to help restore the environment of five local Murray River islands next year.

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Posted: 11 October 2018
Wildflower season is in full bloom at the Castle Creek Conservation Reserve

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Posted: 11 October 2018
Our spring walk to the Bhutanese Community Farm proved a great opportunity for exchange of gardening knowledge.

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Posted: 04 October 2018
Feral Indian Myna birds are establishing colonies in the region, taking over the habitat of native wildlife and threatening community nestbox programs.

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Posted: 04 October 2018
Congratulations to the High Country Rail Trail team on your successful Pick My Project bid to restore trestle bridges on the rail trail between Shelley and Tallangatta.

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Posted: 04 October 2018
Parklands has been representing our bush parks and community environmental management lately, with a presence at both the Henty Machinery Field Days and the Nail Can Hill Wildflower Walk.

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Posted: 13 September 2018
Specially designed Glider nest boxes built by the Wodonga Mens Shed are currently being installed cross the region.

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Posted: 13 September 2018
Acknowledging the findings of the recently released independent review of mountain bike tracks at Hunchback Hill, Parklands Albury Wodonga looks forward to planning track closures and rehabilitation works with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.

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Posted: 16 August 2018
Parklands and High Country Rail Trail have two projects in the 'Pick My Project' mix, and we need your vote!

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Posted: 02 August 2018
The Community Farm on Gateway Island is becoming a multicultural hub, with members of the local Congolese community beginning to prepare 28 new garden beds this week.

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Spotlighting proves popular over holidays

Hume and Hovell Walk Detour through Eight Mile

Students dig in for conservation

Danny's Guard Worm brings a huge job down to size.

Guard recycling season is here

Lots for Plots: Community Garden releases new plots

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