Two Catholic College Wodonga students are pictured at work during our National Tree Day activity on July 26 this year. To see more photos click the photo below.
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We will be planting native trees, shrubs and grasses along the back of the Murray Valley Private Hospital fence with Catholic College year 9 students and teachers, Wodonga Council Staff, Jacob Toyota staff and members of the public. The Wodonga Council will put on a free barbecue at about 12 noon for all involved. Please let Bruce know by Monday 23 July if you plan to attend. email@example.com or 0478397254.
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Prime7 News Albury produced a great item on this issue. It is on their Facebook site. Click here to go there and play the video.
To see a summary of our work on Thursday 30 Nov 2017, click on the photo below.
Clyde Cameron Reserve Group – Tree Day 27 July 2017
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Anne Stelling, the Facilitator of Wodonga Landcare, organized Shane Vanderwerf, from Parklands Albury Wodonga to help us inspect our nest boxes recently. It was a very exciting morning, particularly when we actually found some Squirrel Gliders in one of our boxes. I asked Shane if there was any difference between Squirrel Gliders and Sugar Gliders. He said Sugar Gliders are smaller and generally live further north from Wodonga. The focus of the Nest Boxes in Clyde Cameron Reserve is Squirrel Gliders because they are rare in our area and need help providing spaces to live.
The Border Mail also attended and produced this report which is much better than I could do. Click on the photo below to visit their site.
From 11am to 1pm Thursday 27 July we will be planting trees, shrubs and grasses in Clyde Cameron Reserve at the back of the Murray Valley Hospital. We expect 20 Catholic College Students and two teachers, two staff from Jacob Toyota, Council Staff and other interested locals to help us. Click on the image below to generate a flyer for the event.
We met at the Willow Park skate park with Catholic College students and teacher, Landcare volunteers from Clyde Cameron Reserve Group and Friends of Willow Park and two staff members from Jacob Toyota.
Ross Sceriha spoke about the work done by the groups and the valued input from the students over the years. He explained why we do this work and the benefits to the community. He invited the students to monitor the development of the parks in future years.
The President of the Clyde Cameron Reserve Group Mr John Broadfoot was interviewed by the Albury Wodonga News Weekly and this article 25 News Weekly was the result.