Events

Rivers of Carbon (RoC) runs in-person and online events to showcase the amazing work being delivered in partnership with landholders and to help explain what we do.

We run the following types of events:

  • Showcase completed RoC projects – with tours by generous landholders
  • Tips on how to better manage land – with expert advice
  • Other events that combine input from scientists, land managers and landholders

We pay our respects to the traditional Aboriginal people of this country, and acknowledge Aboriginal people, past, present and emerging, as the original natural resources managers of this land.

Upcoming events

Webinar: Designing and creating waterway crossings on rural blocks and farms

This webinar will cover why we need road crossings to be properly designed and created so that they are functional across different weather conditions, and at the same time protect water quality, fish and wildlife passage. There will be plenty of time for questions, so please join us for this practically focused webinar.

Our presenters:

Wally Bell – Ngunnawal Elder
Peter Fogarty – NSW Soil Knowledge Network
Ashley Bolton – NSW Soil Conservation Services
Su Wild-River – ACT Government

Peter Fogarty

Registrations are essential. 

12pm Wed 15th June

Sign up to our email newsletter to hear about future events

Past events: webinars

Sat 14th May
Workshop at Canyonleigh: Caring for our waterways and managing bushland on farms.

27th May (webinar) & 5th June 2021 (field day)
This webinar explores methods to manage erosion to improve productivity, river and animal health on your property.

11th December 2020 (webinar)
This webinar recording cover all the practical considerations of managing stock around waterways.

27th November 2020 (webinar)
This webinar recording explores good road and track design, and how to make a difference to erosion, water quality and cost.

20th November 2020 (webinar)
This webinar recording looks at our rivers, streams, creeks and wetlands through the potential ‘home buyer eyes’ of our wildlife.