Investment in Research and Development (R&D) was a critical complement of the Native Fish Strategy (NFS), to address knowledge gaps and inform management actions to recover native fish communities.
In order to ensure that information generated was used, it was vital for it to be shared with those who needed it. Annual Native Fish Strategy Forums were held in different locations throughout the Murray-Darling Basin for this purpose, to enable policy makers, research providers, water asset managers, recreational and commercial fishers, conservation interests and members of the broader community to come together and learn about the status of the variety of R&D projects underway and completed under the NFS, and the implications of their findings.
Click on the link below to access presentations delivered by research investigators which summarise the progress and findings of projects underway for each year.
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