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September 4, 2020

 

A Hunter’s Hill Council and Macquarie University biodiversity project is helping build a picture of community awareness and engagement regarding our natural assets while assisting students in their studies.

Students conducted site work at Boronia Park and Buffalo Creek Reserve this week as part of their study and contribution to a Biodiversity Strategy.

Community input is also being sought through an online survey.

Data collected will be used for the Biodiversity Strategy and the continued improvement of biodiversity and reserved areas in Hunters Hill.

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