Sharing Mapping Skills on the Kiewa River

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Sharing Mapping Skills on the Kiewa River

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Sharing skills is one of the cornerstones of community.

The past few weeks Parklands Albury Wodonga have been undertaking a project to remove Black Willows from along the Lower Kiewa River. Part of this project which we have covered previously has been to map out the locations of Black Willow. This project, however, has presented an opportunity.

Dhudhuroa Dhargal Aboriginal Corporation have been managing Ryans Lagoon with the auspice of Parklands Albury Wodonga providing any logistical support required for management of Ryans Lagoon.

Expressing a desire to learn more about the Kiewa River and gain experience in mapping; Beau Murray from DDAC has been helping map along the Kiewa River with Mick Mowat from Parklands Albury Wodonga. The Black Willow project has allowed for the transfer of mapping skills as well as the opportunity to learn more about the Kiewa River. All the while, helping make the task of mapping the Black Willows a much more surmountable one. For that, thank you from us here at Parklands Albury Wodonga.

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