• RoC Community Conversation: Upper Murrumbidgee beds, banks and Maccas – 25th June, Colinton.

    The Upper Murrumbidgee River has stunning gorges, waterfalls and stretches of river, as well as being home to some special fish. We have been connecting the Bredbo and Colinton Gorges to create habitat for fish by working with landholders in the Bumbalong Valley to fence, weed, stabilise riverbanks and revegetate with native plants. Come along and hear the results of our work with passionate locals and scientists to help the Macca Perch survive and thrive.

    This event is free but registration is essential through Eventbrite.

  • The Five Ps: Our RoC River Management Framework

    We take a closer look at how Rivers of Carbon does this by using a deceptively simple, but highly effective framework called the Five Ps. Siwan Lovett from ARRC introduces the framework with a short video.

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  • Messing things up at Australind

    Following such a great response to our ‘Mess it up and slow it down’ workshop in Goulburn last October, we hosted another successful field day at ‘Australind’ for Part 2. 70 people joined us for cappuccino and cake, as we discussed the value of riparian restoration for biodiversity, carbon and farm management.

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  • Why do we want to mess it up and slow it down?

    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’.

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