The Almanda Project is a Friends of Scott Creek Conservation Park project that commenced in July 2014 with a ten year aim of restoring rare and beautiful native habitat along eight riparian areas (wetland areas along watercourses) within the Park. The Almanda Project is named after the Almanda Swamp and Creek system in the centre of the Park, where historic ruins of an old silver mine, established in 1868, can still be seen today.
The project is made possible by the generous financial support from a range of funding sources. Find out more in the Almanda Reports available in Publications.
Here is an ABC podcast about the project at the time it commenced.