RoC Yass Phase One Archives - Rivers of Carbon

  • Get some carp on your cutlery! Check out our new Carping at Christmas film!

    Our ‘Carping at Christmas’ event was a great success and we have put together some highlights of the evening in this short film so you can get a ‘taste’ of the evening!  We have also provided you with a link to the ‘if you can’t beat em, eat em’ carp recipe book which is free […]

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  • Carping at Christmas – A Community Conversation

    We are delighted to invite you to this fabulous event, which is part of the Rivers of Carbon – Southern Biodiversity Linkages Project. Date: Friday 9 December 2016 Time: 4.30-6.30pm (3.30pm how to fillet and cook carp, 4.30-6.30pm speakers, 6.30-7.15pm refreshments) Venue: Hall Pavilion, Hall Showgrounds, ACT Did you know that carp is the most […]

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  • Rivers of Carbon – Yass District Linkages says thankyou to landholders

    In 2014 we were awarded a grant by the NSW Environmental Trust to restore habitat and connectivity along the Yass River.  This month we finish the project and held a morning tea for the landholders involved to say a big THANKYOU for being part of our project.  This photo shows the smiling faces of the […]

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  • Come and join us at the Rivers of Carbon workshop, Australian Stream Management Conference 2016

    The Rivers of Carbon team is really looking forward to seeing you at the Australian Stream Management Conference in the Blue Mountains, 31st July to 3rd August.  We are excited to be presenting a half day  workshop where we will  share the approach of (1) Managing Rivers (2) Valuing People and (3) Sharing Knowledge. Rivers of Carbon on-ground […]

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  • Pasture and River Health Field Day – REGISTER NOW!

    It’s your last chance to register for this FREE information session on assessing pasture and river health. The event will be held on a property on Downstream Road, Bumbalong, where Rivers of Carbon will be working to plant out the riparian zone. This is a great opportunity to gain an insight into some of the Rivers […]

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  • Cooking Carp With Luke Pearce

    There has been a lot of press in Australia focusing on the possible release of the carp herpes virus as a way of managing the large populations of carp living in Australia’s waterways.  However, it is unlikely that the virus will be released anytime soon, and we need to start to think differently about this […]

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  • Saving the Southern Pygmy Perch

    Team effort to halt falling numbers of this once common fish. The Southern Pygmy Perch was once a common sight in the rivers and streams of South East Australia but since European settlement, its population has dwindled. The ‘Pygmy Perch in the Pudman’ project is now helping this attractive little fish to mount a comeback. […]

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  • Southern Pygmy Perch breeding in Pudman Creek!

    Luke Pearce from Fisheries NSW got in touch with Lori to report that recent sampling in Pudman Creek has found that the stocked population of the threatened Southern Pygmy Perch are doing well and breeding. The survey captured several juvenile fish which is a clear indication that the fish have successfully bred in Pudman Creek […]

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