Community working bees for River Habitat

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Along with our Habitat Walk ‘n Talk, Hidden in Plain Sight and Cultural community events, Parklands have started monthly Ranger led community bees in those same locations to help volunteers learn about the river environs and how to care for them.

With tools and guidance by Parklands Rangers, you’ll learn to identify and remove weeds, check nestboxes for endangered species, plant and guard native plants and other odd jobs that will improve the accessibility, amenity and safety of the parks and trails. There is something for everyone and all levels of ability are welcome.

Our first Ranger led Community Working Bee on the river will be held on Saturday May 14th. Register here or contact us for more information at info@parklands-alburywodonga.org.au

Parklands Albury Wodonga acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government and the Ross Trust for this program.

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