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    Conserving Crucial Corridors

    Here’s a plant you’re not likely to see at the local garden shop. It has few if any leaves, tiny flowers and a tendency to develop spikes at the end of each and every branch. You’d be forgiven for thinking it looks a little untidy and a bit unwell, not to mention just a bit dangerous. […]

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    Carrs, Capitts and Bunberoo (CCB) Creeks system receive much needed drink

    In April 2016 the Carrs, Capitts and Bunberoo (CCB) Creeks system, in south-west New South Wales, will get a much needed drink, with nearly one billion litres of environmental water being delivered. The aim is to rejuvenate the threatened River Red Gum and Black Box ecological communities and wetlands that have not received environmental water since 2006.

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    New lease on life for Bottle Bend

    Black Box woodlands are bouncing back to health after environmental water provided a much-needed boost in the Bottle Bend Reserve near Mildura. A 423 hectare site, including Black Box woodland and wetland vegetation, received environmental flows during 2012 – 2014, resulting in an impressive flora and fauna response.

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    Window on the Wetlands Centre, Warren

    Here’s a plant you’re not likely to see at the local garden shop. It has few if any leaves, tiny flowers and a tendency to develop spikes at the end of each and every branch. You’d be forgiven for thinking it looks a little untidy and a bit unwell, not to mention just a bit dangerous. […]

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    Dharriwaa: The Narran Lakes

    Here’s a plant you’re not likely to see at the local garden shop. It has few if any leaves, tiny flowers and a tendency to develop spikes at the end of each and every branch. You’d be forgiven for thinking it looks a little untidy and a bit unwell, not to mention just a bit dangerous. […]

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    Working together for wetlands

    Landholders have joined forces with the Office of Environment and Heritage to revive long-stranded wetlands in the Murrumbidgee valley. The ongoing efforts of OEH staff and property owners has triggered the return of thousands of waterbirds including several threatened species. And the story continues . .

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    Carrs, Cappitts and Bunberro Creeks Rehabilitation

    This project will contribute to river rehabilitation in the lower River Murray by enhancing habitats within the CCB Creeks system as fish spawning and nursery areas, so they act as source populations for fish. There are few anabranches along the Murray or Darling Rivers with this potential.