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2019/20 Committee

2019/20 Committee

Call for Committee Nominations Would you like to be more actively involved in shaping or leading discussions across the catchment management industry? Nominations are NOW OPEN! More details on the committee structure, and the nomination form, can be found HERE. Please note nominations will close at 6pm on 6th June. Our committee members help bring together a community…
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Wetland Plant Identification Course 2018

Wetland Plant Identification Course 2018

Registrations are now open for the Wetland Plant Identification Course 2018 – Commences 22 November 2018 “Damien and Elaine combined have an amazing passion and knowledge which is priceless to the rest of us.” Alexander Lee, SPIIRE Landscape Architects This 3 day course is for anyone interested in wetland plant identification and ecology. Observe the…
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Announcing Wise Water Ways 2018

Announcing Wise Water Ways 2018

Wise Water Ways 2018 will be held from 29 October – 2 November 2018 in Beechworth, North East Victoria. Now in its 19th year, Wise Water Ways is a unique practical workshop focussing on the management of rural and urban streams and riparian areas. Held annually in North East Victoria, over 870 individuals from across…
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RBMS Supporting Twinning

RBMS Supporting Twinning

The RBMS fund a mentee scholarship for the Waterway Management Twinning Program. Lisa Duncan, of Goulburn-Broken CMA was selected as the successful candidate for the RBMS mentee position in 2017. Read about Lisa’s achievements through the program here.

Wise Water Ways 2017

Wise Water Ways 2017

Now in its 18th year, Wise Water Ways is a unique practical workshop focussing on the management of Australian rural and urban streams and riparian areas. Held annually in North East Victoria, over 830 individuals from across Australia have completed the 5 day course which provides government staff, consultants, university students, and others with the…
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Vale – Wayne Erskine

Vale – Wayne Erskine

We are very sad to tell you all that Professor Wayne Erskine died suddenly in Darwin recently. Wayne was one of Australia’s most influential fluvial geomorphologists, and a great mentor, colleague and friend to a many of us.  He was a major contributor to stream and river management in Australia.   As an example, we was one…
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Reflections on the Waterway Management Twinning Program

Reflections on the Waterway Management Twinning Program

Lisa Duncan, April 2017 Hello RBMS members and committee, firstly I’d like to thank you for your kindness and generosity in supporting my participation in the Waterway Management Twinning Program #twinningiswinning The Twinning Program is a structured mentoring program, focusing on improving the on-ground delivery of current Victorian riparian restoration projects. It’s collaboratively delivered by Glenelg…
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