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Mary River Restoration StoriesprojectFunded by a Community ActionGrant
What it aims to achieve• To enable MRCCC and the wider riparianrestoration community to learn from the last20 years of Riv...
Why stories….?• They can be non threatening and enable anexplanation to unfold• They bring in facts, feelings and often “t...
Overview of the project• Snapshot ofRiparianRestoration• With Liz Capelin• Almostfinished..
• Landholder surveyriparian restoration -attitudes, activities,influences• Online and paperOverview of the projectCirculat...
Overview of the project• Two day forum toCelebrate and Learnfrom last 20 years ofRivercareOne day in July& one day inAugust
Overview of the projectOne day inAugust• Professionaldevelopment dayfocusing on riverprocessesPhoto Eva Ford
Overview of the projectFrom nowuntil end ofAugust• Documentation ofthe project
What has the last 20 years ofRivercare meant for you?• This project will be a chance for us all toshare our Rivercare stor...
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Overview of the Mary River Restoration Stories project

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The MRCCC is undertaking this project to celebrate and learn from the last 20 years of Rivercare.

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Overview of the Mary River Restoration Stories project

  1. 1. Mary River Restoration StoriesprojectFunded by a Community ActionGrant
  2. 2. What it aims to achieve• To enable MRCCC and the wider riparianrestoration community to learn from the last20 years of Rivercare• To celebrate and acknowledge the great workof landholders• To identify ways of overcoming some of thekey barriers• To improve awareness of river processes andthe risks associated with riparian restoration
  3. 3. Why stories….?• They can be non threatening and enable anexplanation to unfold• They bring in facts, feelings and often “the moral ofthe story”• They are interesting and keep people engaged• They can generate new insights for the story tellerand listener• Examples of projects using stories:Rivers of Carbon: http://riversofcarbon.org.au/stories/River Stories in Victoria:http://environmentvictoria.org.au/learn/campaign/your_rivers
  4. 4. Overview of the project• Snapshot ofRiparianRestoration• With Liz Capelin• Almostfinished..
  5. 5. • Landholder surveyriparian restoration -attitudes, activities,influences• Online and paperOverview of the projectCirculatingsoon
  6. 6. Overview of the project• Two day forum toCelebrate and Learnfrom last 20 years ofRivercareOne day in July& one day inAugust
  7. 7. Overview of the projectOne day inAugust• Professionaldevelopment dayfocusing on riverprocessesPhoto Eva Ford
  8. 8. Overview of the projectFrom nowuntil end ofAugust• Documentation ofthe project
  9. 9. What has the last 20 years ofRivercare meant for you?• This project will be a chance for us all toshare our Rivercare story and strengthenthe foundation for the next 20 years

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