Parklands invites partners to plant for Climate Action

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The impacts of climate change have certainly been front and centre in the news this summer.

The Board of Parklands Albury Wodonga has directed that our focus continues to be landscape scale connectivity and restoration.

A target of at least 20% of all Crown land areas where PAW is public land manager is to be revegetated in the next 2 winters, as part of the global efforts to reduce emissions by 2030.

With nearly 30,000 native seedlings being propagated at wholesale nurseries this summer on our behalf, PAW welcomes community and business partners to get involved planting this autumn and winter.

In addition to the 2,300 hectares of crown land that PAW is public land manager for, we welcome partnerships to extend this revegetation work onto private and other public lands.

Please contact us to discuss your involvement, plans and projects at info@parklands-alburywodonga.org.au

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