New Felltimber Creek Group

Who’s looking out for Felltimber Creek? We are! Join the new Friends of Felltimber Creek stewardship group to learn more about this beautiful creek, have a hand in planning to restore and improve the creek, get out and do some planting or weeding, meet people who share your interest, bring your skills and knowledge to bushland restoration and management, and learn skills from digital mapping to flora and fauna surveys. Contact Garry Knight to register your interest 0411427 051 – you can also register on the Felltimber Creek website here to receive notification of posts, events and news

WLSEN Launch and Bug Fix

Yesterday evening I launched the WLSEN site and by default the WULN umbrella site. If you dont already know this is a WordPress multisite implementation. At the presentation last night the Media image delivered an error message and upload of appropriately resized images appeared to fail. While not quite on the same scale as Bill Gates catastrophic Windows 95 launch it was nevertheless a tad embarassing! I was able to track the problem down to the post subscription plug in I had installed called Subscribe2. I posted the problem to the website and within minutes got a reply from the plug in author with a fix to implement. Im happy to say the fix worked and Media uploads are happily working error free again! Looking forward to seeing some photos of the amazing Stephanie Alexander garden at Wodonga West Primary School that we inspected after the presentation.

WULN stall at the Wodonga Rural Lifestyle Fair

We will be attending as a stallholder and seek your support to provide information to the public about Sustainability, Landcare and Friends activities in Wodonga. If you have information to share at this event or can come along to talk to people on Sat 15th March between 10:00am – 5:00pm, or Sun 16th March 9:00am – 4:00pm. please contact Anne on 0428 565 195

Felltimber Creek

Are you interested in the state of the Felltimber Creek? WULN has had contact from local people interested in working with other community members to improve the state of Felltimber
Creek. If you live in the Felltimber Creek area, make use of the walking tracks or parks or have any
other connection to the creek and would like to be involved at any level in restoring, maintaining or im-
proving it, please let us know of your interest: contact Anne on 0428 565 195.

About WULN


WULN is an initiative arising from a successful funding application to the Victorian Local Landcare Facilitator Initiative by a  consortium of three groups Friends of Willow Park, Parklands Albury Wodonga and Baranduda Landcare