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The First Ever Marsh Creek Eco Challenge Runs Tomorrow

Project manager for ACAP and one of the event's organizers, Graeme Stewart-Robertson tells us about the 27 kilometre race that has teams running, biking and paddling their way through the most scenic parts of the creek. The event is designed to be an awareness event, of how far the clean-up of the area has come, and that this space is ready to be used now.


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