Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare

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The city of Wagga Wagga and its surroundings are blessed with outstanding natural and cultural assets. This includes the famous Murrumbidgee River which forms a distinct river corridor through our city and offers a natural hub for recreational activity as well as our flora and fauna.
Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare seeks to play a role in the preservation and enhancement of the region’s natural assets. The Group’s efforts are focussed in four key areas: education, on-ground action, social enrichment and advocacy.
Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare is an active group that undertakes monthly events and activities throughout the year. Activities undertaken in 2016 included:
  • Leading Clean-up Australia Day at Flowerdale Lagoon (Wagga Wagga’s largest litter collection site for the event!)
  • Propagation workshops hosted at TAFE Riverina Institute
  • Contributing to the official opening of Marrambidya Wetlands
  • Co-delivering Wagga Wagga’s National Tree Day event in partnership with Wagga Wagga City Council
  • Hosting a guided tour of the Wiradjuri Walking Track with a focus on the indigenous cultural significance of key locations around the track
  • Guided tour of Livingstone National Park, timed to coincide with native wildflower displays at the park
  • Pest and diseases walking tour of Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens
  • Establishment of six high-quality interpretive signs at key locations around the Wiradjuri Walking Track in partnership with Local Land Services, Wagga Wagga City Council and Department of Primary Industries
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