• RipRap 39: Habitat Makes Fish Happen

    Featuring stories about the knowledge and effort going into understanding our native fish, and how we can create opportunities for them to thrive. Science and practice is brought together in this informative and beautiful 70 page edition.

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  • Introducing RipRoc

    Sharing stories and knowledge is what motivates and inspires people to keep doing great things along our rivers. RipRoc enables you to visually explore and read about the things we’ve been doing with the landholders, volunteers, scientists, traditional owners and partners working with us through Rivers of Carbon to protect and restore our waterways in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales.

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  • Help us keep promoting great conversations

    At the ARRC, we’re all about connecting with conversations. By donating a virtual cuppa today, you can help us keep sharing knowledge, restoring and protecting rivers for all to enjoy, and valuing people and the work they do.

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  • Open the Finbox!
    A Demonstration Reach Toolbox

    ‘Finbox’ is a toolbox for anyone interested in rehabilitating rivers and creating fish habitat using the successful Native Fish Strategy Demonstration Reach Approach. Finbox is packed full of tools, information and practical advice for translating science into on-ground community action.

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  • Testimonials

    • RipRap 38 – Australia’s Northern Rivers & Estuaries

      “I found RipRap magazine very informative and extraordinarily presented with superb photographs and maps. For someone like me not living in the area but that greatly appreciates aquatic environments, reading RipRap really makes getting to know what’s going on up in the Northern Rivers not only quite enjoyable but also gives you hope that there’s lots of efforts put into knowing and looking at sustainably co-exist with the river systems. In this latest number I found very interesting the article on eDNA because it really opens another dimension of posibilities for its application, in particular as not all consultancies and local councils have staff with significant experience to identify local and introduced fauna. Hence, the development of eDNA will really help to put in place rapid assessment protocols and give another option for enhancing waterway quality assessments. I’m looking forward to read in further RipRap numbers the diversified applications that the eDNA markers will be used on.”

      Dr. Adriana Corona Mothe, Ecology Society of Australia
    • Feeling Fishy Field Day on the Yass River

      “Thank you for a very informative day.

      I now have 60+ Carp Gudgeon in 2 newly created ponds in my Macgregor (ACT) back yard with lots of insects etc, already coming to inspect – and I am now on the lookout for a property in the Murray Darling Catchment that has a “bald” creek or a  creek with willows to be removed.  It may not be in the Yass catchment but I will certainly take away from the field day what is needed to create a healthy riparian zone on any waterway that passes through any property I move to.”

      Greg Folkard
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  • Partners

    Curate Bee is a digital agency that works with businesses like the ARRC to optimise the use of social media and actively to deliver quality engagement with beautiful design across the ARRC digital channels using only the most relevant and interesting information about river restoration and management for the ARRC Community. It is going to be an exciting partnership so stay in touch with the ARRC to see what we can do with the power of a 'content curator'!
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  • The ARRC is now publicly available in the PANDORA Archive.

    The name, PANDORA, is an acronym that encapsulates their mission: Preserving and Accessing Networked Documentary Resources of Australia.