Landcare NSW CEO, Dr Adrian Zammit, visited the Murray region last week to speak at the region’s Mini Muster and hear more about the projects undertaken by the groups.
Visiting Wirraminnia Education Centre in Burumbuttock outside Albury, Adrian said he was delighted to see the work that the region is undertaking and the great achievements that groups are having.
“It was a great day and very fulfilling the see and hear first-hand the diverse work that groups are doing on the ground. With 60 groups within the Murray region, it was great to see so many of them at the Mini Muster to have their say and help shape the work that Landcare NSW is doing in helping represent their interests at a state level.
“The local and regional Landcare Coordinators are doing an incredible job in helping ensure that the landscapes and waterways in the Murray region are in a state in which current and future generations will be able to enjoy the same healthy and diverse environment that we do.”
Landcare NSW Council Member and Holbrook CEO, Dale Stringer, said he was happy to be able to share the work his region is doing.
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