Hello friends,

We need your help.

The Australian River Restoration Centre (ARRC) is a not-for-profit organisation, and a registered charity recognised under the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC).

We report to the ACNC every year – about the contributions people have made to support the ARRC in the form of donations. When you donate, we are able to demonstrate the value we provide, and that people are willing to support us in building resources for you and others alike.

Below, we share with you many of the resources we’ve created so far, so you can access them and share them with others. We want to continue doing what we do, but we need your help.

Help us by donating $5 to the ARRC today.

It will go toward helping us maintain our charity status, so we can continue providing support to our community and waterways. While we suggest a $5 donation, you can donate as much or as little as you would like.

Thank you so much for your continued support.

– Siwan and Pat 😊

Over the past 12 years,
the ARRC has shared incredible stories and knowledge about our land and waterways…

…from the RipRap magazine…

RipRap 40 – Thrive: Nature, water and wellbeing

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RipRap 39 – Habitat makes fish happen

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RipRap 38 – Australia’s Northern Rivers and Estuaries

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RipRap 37 – Rivers of Carbon, Rivers of Life

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RipRap 36 – Celebrating Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre

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RipRap 35 – Restoring Rivers and Wetlands to Life

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RipRap 34 – Bringing Back Native Fish

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…to value-packed resource packs…

Rivers of Carbon Pack

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Sound management of riparian lands

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Healthy Ecosystems

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Increasing agricultural activity

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Stream bank erosion and flood management

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The 5Ps Framework Poster

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Managing for multiple benefits

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Managing stock

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…to our various communication channels…

The ARRC Blog

Visit the Blog

The ARRC Facebook page

View the page

The ARRC Email Newsletter

June 2020 Update

‘Conversations over a Cuppa’ Podcast

Listen to the Podcast

We have created several practical resources through the Rivers of Carbon program…

Collecting and caring for seed from Australian native plants

Read Guide

Protecting and restoring our threatened Australian native plant species

Read Guide

Swampy Meadows and Wetlands Guide and Fact Sheet

More Info

Headcut Fact Sheet

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Revegetation Species List

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Technical Guide: What is a River of Carbon?

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Rapid Appraisal of Riparian Condition

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Stream Condition Checklist

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…including a resourceful website and guide to help farmers manage stock and waterways for productivity and environmental benefits…

We are working in partnership with others, on projects dedicated to protecting and restoring our environment, and the biodiversity depending on it, and supporting the individuals doing amazing work to make this happen…

Finterest

A home for stories, inspiration and knowledge for anyone interested in Australian freshwater fish.

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Two Green Threads

Supporting the volunteer effort and work of wildlife carers, who invest so much of themselves helping native wildlife.

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Waterway Management Twinning Program

A program that believes investing in people is just as important as the waterways they care about.

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The Flow-MER Program

An on-ground Monitoring, Evaluation and Research program to better understand how fish, birds, vegetation and river connectivity are responding to Commonwealth environmental water.

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