Posted: 03 December 2020
Parklands Albury Wodonga works with local residents, volunteers and community organisations to manage many of the natural bush parks on the interface between the urban and the rural in our region.
We are already seeing the impact of climate changes in our bush parks with increased temperature stresses on plants and wildlife, increased storm damage and flooding causing erosion. We know that nature really needs our help now to ensure the survival of many of our local iconic species.
We want to work with the community to take positive action, and seek your help to plan things we can do together to help nature adapt and thrive in the face of climate changes.
Our short survey asks some questions about what you are doing and would like to do to help nature adapt - in your own garden and in our bush parks, as well as what you think Parklands can do to prepare the regional parks for extreme weather events.
Your answers will help us to plan projects and activities for the coming year. Please take the survey by clicking here