September 2011 - Australian River Restoration Centre

  • Community of Practice for Environmental Water Managers

    A message to all members of Community of Practice for Environmental Water Managers Response of wetlands to rewetting following extensive drought: Conference and workshop 22 and 23 November 2011, Sydney Masonic Centre, 66 Goulburn St, Sydney Expressions of interest – Speed Session Slots. This conference and workshop aims to address both new research findings AND […]

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  • Caring for our critical inland aquatic habitats – upcoming workshops with the Inland Rivers Network

    The Inland Rivers Network will be hosting several workshops in NSW over the coming months as part of their project funded through the Federal Caring for Our Country program.  The workshops will focus on the importance of maintaining healthy, functioning and resilient freshwater ecosystems and the changes that are needed in water management to secure […]

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  • Wetland Care Photography Competition – Get your entries in

    WetlandCare Australia is running their 5th annual National Art and Photography Competition to celebrate World Wetlands Day. The aim of the competition is to engage and build the capacity of local communities to protect, promote and restore our precious wetlands. This year sees the introduction of Open and Youth categories for Indigenous artists to complement […]

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  • In Search of the Trout Cod

    Siwan and I are very fortunate to be working with the Native Fish Strategy at the Murray Darling Basin Authority on a project involving Will Trueman (researcher and author) and Richard Snashall (film maker). Will has undertaken an incredible piece of research, over many many years, into the status of native fish in the lower […]

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  • Reading the Landscape Biodiversity Conference, Dubbo 11-13 October

    Central West Catchment Management Authority and the Biodiversity Conservation Science Section of the Department of Climate Change, Conservation and Water  is hosting what looks to be a great conference focusing on better understanding our natural systems – the plants, animals and ecosystems that we need for healthy and resilient  landscapes.  The Reading the Landscape Biodiversity Conference […]

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  • Welcome to the Taiwan River Restoration Network!

    The Australian River Restoration Centre is part of an international network, and we were delighted last week to get an email from the Taiwan River Restoration Network who want to share our blog and link their people into our resources.  We did of course say YES, and we encourage you to go and have a […]

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  • Are you headed to the UK in April 2012?

     If so, why not go to the UK River Restoration Centre conference?  Hello everyone, I have made good friends with our colleagues at the UK River Restoration Centre, and it was Martin Janes and his team that inspired me to set up the Australian River Restoration Centre.  If you happen to be going to the […]

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