Following such a great response to our ‘Mess it up and slow it down’ workshop in Goulburn last October, we are delighted for the Rivers of Carbon community to be invited to ‘Australind’ for Part 2.Read More
Our Goulburn Community Conversation that explored why we want to mess up the riparian zone and slow water down, was very successful, and we have had a lot of interest from people unable to attend to the event who want to know more about it. Fortunately, our roving film producer Richard videoed all the presentations, and we have brought them together here so you can attend the workshop ‘virtually’.Read More
Come along and join us as we bring scientists and practitioners together to talk about what we value about the Breadalbane region, and the special plants and animals that live in the ponds, wetlands and streams of the area.Watch The Video
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.Learn More
What is a river of carbon? Information about how we can protect and create riparian areas to sequester carbon and boost biodiversity.
The Rivers of Carbon team believe that all people are knowledgeable, with this part of our site focusing on how to value people and share the knowledge they bring to our work.
Information about how to manage riparian areas as integrated, yet different parts of the farm, to gain multiple benefits.
Learning from other groups about the work they are doing to create riparian corridors using biodiverse carbon.
Adopting carbon farming practices can lead to a loss in profit for farmers. So, …
Following such a great response to our ‘Mess it up and slow it down’ worksho…
Heather McGinness who spoke recently at our Breadalbane Biodiversity Forum share…
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