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    Murrumbidgee River Catchment History

    I’m 85, was born in Cooma. After the war, about 1955, ’56, I used to catch a couple of cod each night, out at Bolaro…We used to get them up to around 8 or 9 a pound, nearly every night we’d catch cod. We’d put in handlines and we’d catch two or three, sometimes more. […]

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    Rivers of Carbon: Goulburn District Linkages

    Rivers run through our history and folklore, and link us as a people. They nourish and refresh us and provide a home for dazzling varieties of fish and wildlife, and trees of every sort. – Charles Kuralt Rivers of Carbon – Goulburn District River Linkages, continues our focus on connecting and linking riparian rehabilitation projects (undertaken […]

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    Mess It Up and Slow it Down - Virtual Workshop

    Goulburn Community Conversation ‘Mess it up and slow it down’ workshop presentations 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 get to the event who want to know more […]

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    Rivers of Carbon: Yass River Linkages

    “Choosing to save a river is more often an act of passion than of careful calculation. You make the choice because the river has touched your life in an intimate and irreversible way, because you are unwilling to accept its loss.” David Bolling, How to Save a River: Handbook for Citizen Action The Yass River […]

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    Rivers of Carbon: Breadalbane Biodiversity Linkages

    We are delighted that the New South Wales Environmental Trust is keen to continue our work through Rivers of Carbon with Breadalbane Biodiversity Linkages underway. This project builds on the work of the successful large scale Rivers of Carbon program, a proven model that focuses on connecting and linking riparian rehabilitation projects (undertaken over the […]

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    Maccas on the move: spawning success in the Murrumbidgee

    We are so fortunate to have high calibre researchers like Prue McGuffie working along our River of Carbon – Upper Bidgee River reach. Prue is a Macquarie Perch specialist, and over the last few months has been paddling up and down the Upper Murrumbidgee to gain a greater understanding about this special fish. Prue’s work […]