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Group Description

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We believe rivers and people need each other to thrive.
We combine science with experience to transform rivers by giving people the confidence to act.
We inspire, support and facilitate people to make a difference.

Our Values:
We believe that when people are given the opportunity they want to make a difference by caring for the world around them.
We believe empathy and kindness are the foundations for shared problem solving, creativity and joy.
We believe that when people are connected to each other and to nature they are happier, more resilient and full of hope.
We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and recognise their continuing connection with, and knowledge about, land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.

What We Do:
On-ground River and Riparian Restoration
Using sound science, strong relationships and successful implementation to restore and protect Australian rivers and wetlands.
Stakeholder Engagement
The ARRC values people by investing in relationships and networks. In addition to developing strong ties with our landholders, we organise and facilitate field days, workshops and retreats to enable stakeholder engagement at both the farm, community and NRM professional level.
Digital Storytelling
Sharing knowledge on the web so that it can be the foundation for new science and inspiration for community involvement.
Leadership & Mentoring
Investing in the social capital of people, relationships and networks to create dynamic, empowered and motivated communities caring for our rivers and wetlands.

To make a donation to the ARRC and help us do what we do, please click here.

We are an independent, not for profit organisation, you can read about our operational arrangements here. (Sourced from website 23/08/2021)


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