admin, Author at Australian River Restoration Centre

  • Finterest Gets A Lifeline…

    We are so pleased to have been awarded a small grant from the Murray-Darling Basin Authority Native Fish Steering Committee to continue our work on the Finterest website and social media.  As you know, times are tough in the environment sector and it is with great relief that we can now continue to build this […]

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  • Happy Birthday Riverspace!

    Riverspace turns one this month and we have loads of new contributors taking advantage of the free upload offer, including the three new stories below: Looking after our internationally recognised wetlands and forests Antechinus respond to environmental water in Murray valley Lake Victoria If you are interested in sharing your story on the website, please […]

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  • Ngunawal River Connections

    I always find it powerful when people tell their story, and this new series of films exploring Ngunawal River Connections provide us with an added dimension to the work being completed by the Rivers of Carbon initiative. Hearing Wally and Tyronne Bell talk about growing up on the Yass River, and the pathways and songlines […]

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  • Government Releases Its White Paper On Developing Northern Australia

    As I edit the Northern Australia’s Rivers and Estuaries RipRap it is timely to consider this new White Paper and the motivations behind it. Excerpts from PM’s press release: “With a land mass covering over three million square kilometres, and a population of over one million people, the north has untapped potential. It is home to some […]

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  • Wetland Futures – Economies and Social Justice (18th International Riversymposium)

    A special session focusing on wetlands will consider how government, science and communities can contribute to economies and social justice through wetland restoration. Held during the 18th International Riversymposium, the session will also explore how benefits from wetland restoration can best flow through to those most connected to them, supporting their wellbeing and enabling equitable […]

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  • A Daily Dose of Motivation

    At the ARRC, we surround ourselves with inspiring words and beautiful images, and to celebrate our wonderful waterways we have produced a new ARRC mug that will give us a daily dose of motivation with our morning cuppa. We know the mug will look fabulous in your office or home, and you can order it now […]

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  • How to Know Your Life Purpose in 5 Minutes

    I was a bit sceptical, yet intrigued, when I saw the title of Adam Leipzig’s TED Talk, however, I really enjoyed it and think you might like it too. Adam asks five simple questions that really clarify what your life’s purpose is all about. Give it a try and see what happens… Watch the TED […]

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  • Rivers of Carbon: Getting Fishy on the Murrumbidgee

    Rivers of Carbon are Rivers of Life, and we are working with the Upper Murrumbidgee Demonstration Reach on instream and riverside habitat. We have two new projects underway on the Murrumbidgee focusing on fish that we thought you might be interested in. The first is working to ensure fishways still provide passage in low flows, […]

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  • Feeling Fishy T-Shirts Now on Sale

    Want to stand out in the crowd? We have Feeling Fishy T-shirts for sale for just $20 including postage. Visit the ARRC shop to place your order today.

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  • Go Travelling With Riverspace

    A number of stories have recently been added to Riverspace, and below are three new stories we recommend reading: Improving Connectivity of Flows in the Lower Ovens Floodplain Window on the Wetlands Centre, Warren Wonga Wetlands If you would like to have your work featured on Riverspace, please get in touch with Susanne Watkins on susanne.watkins@riverspace.com.au and […]

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