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Welcoming a new look Committee for FY1920

At our Special General Meeting on Thursday 20 June 2019, we recognised the contributions of our outgoing committee members; and welcomed a number of new faces who will play important roles for the RBMS in the year to come.   After two outstanding years as President, Alison Miller will hand over the leading role to…
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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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9ASM inspires delegates in Hobart

9ASM inspires delegates in Hobart

The 9th Australian Stream Management (9ASM) Conference was held from Sunday, 12th August to Wednesday, 15th August, 2018 at the Grand Chancellor Hobart, Tasmania. Organised by the River Basin Management Society, the Conference brought together researchers, policy makers, consultants and practitioners dedicated to investigating and managing stream ecosystems and their catchments in Australia. The biennial conference is…
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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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Our newest life member – Ian Rutherfurd

Our newest life member – Ian Rutherfurd

The RBMS recently welcomed Associate Professor Ian Rutherford as our newest Life Member. This rare award is in recognition of Ian’s significant contribution to the RBMS and to the catchment management sector. Ian has made a mammoth commitment to the industry through a solid catalogue of technical work (research, teaching and advising on fluvial geomorphology…
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AGM 2015/16

AGM 2015/16

Our Annual General Meeting for the 2015/16 year is occurring on 27th October. Below are the papers for the evening: Agenda Minutes of previous AGM (17 September 2015) President’s report Treasurer’s report President’s forward outlook for 2016/17

Wetland Ecology Courses

Wetland Ecology Courses

We’ve been hearing fantastic reviews from our members regarding Rakali’s wetland ecology and plant identification courses, run by Damien Cook, Elaine Bayes and a range of other experts. Wetland Plant ID: This course is aimed at anyone interested in wetland plant identification and ecology. The course will run over 3 days between October and March and each day will focus…
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Special General Meeting

Special General Meeting

The RBMS is holding a Special General Meeting on 23rd June 2016 to elect our committee for 2016/17. This short meeting will precede our Melbourne seminar. The agenda is online here. If you cannot make the night but want to arrange a proxy vote please contact us soon.