Join Parklands Rangers and our Park Stewardship volunteers in Albury’s best bush parks, every Friday as spring unfolds.
Every week we spend 2 hours in Albury’s environmental lands doing practical park tasks.
You will work alongside our Rangers experiencing the ‘how to’ of caring for our bush parks and reserves; undertaking a variety of park maintenance/improvement tasks like removing redundant fences, replacing barbed wire with wildlife friendly plain wire, weeding, checking nestboxes and removing tree guards.
At the same time, you will learn about the local environment and how Albury City and community groups are working to protect threatened species, improve habitat and link habitat corridors across the region.
When: 9.00 to 11.00am (2 hrs)
Where: Sept-December we will rotate between parks on a weekly basis.
- 2nd Friday – Thurgoona environmental lands. Meet at Brooklyn Fields community park carpark, off Table Top Road, Thurgoona.
Please note that meeting places will change over time as various priority works are completed, so please register online so you can be updated of any changes.
What is supplied: All tools and any specific safety equipment needed.
What to bring: BYO drinking water. For your safety, please wear covered shoes (preferably boots), long pants, long sleeves and a hat.
Please register! Sometimes things change at the last minute and we need to be able to contact volunteers. Please register for the sessions you will attend. REGISTER HERE
Thank you to Albury City Council for financial support for this program.