We know that a picture tells a thousand words, and we are so pleased that Pam Clunie and Peter Jackson have collaborated to produce seven infographics summarising the key findings from native fish demonstration reaches in the Murray Darling Basin. Our first one to share is for the Upper Murrumbidgee, a fabulous reach of river where communities, government agencies and industry are working together to protect and restore fish habitat for the Macquarie perch, Trout cod, Murray cod, Murray crayfish and Golden perch. Please take a look at the infographic and share widely. You can click on the link or the picture to download the pdf.
You can also find out more about the Upper Murrumbidgee Demonstration Project by following this link…
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