ANGAIR has joined with the Friends of Eastern Otways and Parks Victoria in a project to replace the out-dated interpretive signs at the Distillery Creek picnic ground.

 

ANGAIR established a public fund in 2002, (the ANGAIR Fund) to assist in achieving the organisation’s objectives, and the Committee decided to use $2,225 from this fund to assist with the project. The signs were designed, jointly, by the three groups, and contain information regarding the vegetation, the wildlife and the habitat in general. They have been attractively produced, will play an  important educational role, and should help visitors understand and appreciate this special area.

 

We intend to unveil the signs at our end of the year, combined celebration with the Friends of Eastern Otways and Parks Victoria. Details of this event are included in this Newsletter. We would like to take this opportunity to thank those people who have supported ANGAIR by contributing to the public fund. Donations of $2 or more to the ANGAIR fund are tax deductible.

Margaret MacDonald

 

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