Innovation Archives - Australian River Restoration Centre

  • EOI’s now open for Glenelg Hopkins CMA Innovative Mentor Twinning Program

    Expressions of interest are being sought from Victorian groups and organisations involved in river management to take part in an innovative new twinning program. The program aims to establish some of the State’s best river managers as mentors for groups or organisations planning and delivering river restoration projects. The Program is being run by the […]

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  • Getting ‘Finnovative’

    Recently we have come across a couple of great ‘finnovative’ projects that we want to share with you thought the Finterest blog.   Check out these stories and remember you can become a Finterest blogger by signing up – its free and you reach lots of people with your story. Melbourne Water are new Finterest bloggers […]

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  • iSpy App – a great new Fishy App


    iSPY Fish is a mobile-based interactive tool presenting information on all fish species occurring in the Goulburn Broken Catchment.  The App allows users to upload photos and catch detail (species, weight, location, etc) to their own personal Facebook pages and the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority iSpy Fish Facebook page, where data is collated to […]

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  • Clear Water Project – new ‘having a swim in the river’ map for Japan

    My friend Akira Wada from the Japanese River Restoration Network got in touch with me after seeing our new Riverspace website, as one of their partners, Clear Water, have produced something similar for Japan.  Please go and take a look at the Clear Water Project as you can explore Japan and see the work they are doing […]

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  • Online Larrakia Seasonal Calendar for Northern Australia

    Gulumoerrgin (Larrakia) people know it’s time to start collecting Magpie Goose eggs when the local Speargrass starts flowering.  As the Speargrass turns brown the eggs hatch, marking the end of Mayilema – the goose egg season.  For the first time, this information and other detailed Aboriginal seasonal knowledge of the Darwin region has been converted […]

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  • Up, Up and Away in Longreach

    We have just come back from a fascinating and enjoyable four days running a workshop hosted by Desert Channels Queensland and attended by staff  and members of the wider community.  The workshop focused on connecting through conversation, as well as examining communication styles and how to promote creativity in the workplace.   We arrived in the […]

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