If you are interested in getting guidance for waterways on your property, get in touch.
"What I enjoy most about my role is meeting people and being out in the field. I have a passion for agriculture, environment and community, which I carry with me into this role. I think the value of the Refreshing Rivers Program will be seen in action through listening and learning from our community."
Favourite plant or animal: Murray-Darling Rainbow Fish (Melanotaenia fluviatilis)
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"We have one of the last populations of Southern Pygmy Perch in the Murray catchment and it has been teetering for the last 10 years. Getting the whole community involved and keeping our creeks and waterways functioning and resilient as our natural and production systems adapt to climate changes, can give these struggling species the fighting chance they need."
Favourite plant or animal: Shield Shrimp (Triops australiensis)
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"There are not too many jobs where you can physically see the difference you have made. I enjoy working with landholders to design their projects and I love going back and revisiting sites to see how these projects are making a difference to the way landholders manage their land."
Favourite plant or animal: Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus)
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The Refreshing Rivers Program is a collaboration between government, industry, research, and community organisations, led by Local Land Services. This Program has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.
We are exploring innovative ways to improve waterway health, and we would love to collaborate with you. Please get in touch with our Program Coordinators by emailing email@example.com or completing the form.
Refreshing Rivers Program Manager
Murray Local Land Services
“I am excited to be managing such an ambitious, community centred program, and to work alongside local people to make real positive steps to improve the health of our rivers. Water quality is so important for agriculture, recreation including fishing, aesthetics of the local area, tourism opportunities and community pride. Healthy waterways equal healthy land, healthy communities, and healthy people!”
Favourite plant or animal: Fairy Aprons (Utricularia dichotoma)
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