The Hawkesbury Nepean River Recovery Program (HNRRP) aims to help improve the health of the river system by reducing the amount of nutrients entering the river system and making more water available for environmental ﬂows. The March 2011 issue of HNRRP e-news explores one of these important objectives, looking at how the HNRRP is working to prevent an estimated 48.2 tonnes of nutrients entering the river system each year and discussing how this will beneﬁt the river. You can also read about the start of works for the Hawkesbury City Council South Windsor Efﬂuent Reuse Scheme and some interesting insights into other HNRRP projects.
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RipRap was a popular river and riparian newsletter produced through Land & Water Australia’s National Riparian Lands R&D Program for over ten years. The ARRC would like to get RipRap going again, but we need sponsorship to get started. We would like to continue the thematic base for the newsletter and could offer organisations focusing on a particular aspect of research, for example, groundwater dependent ecosystems, environmental water entitlements, or the Basin Plan, the opportunity to sponsor an edition and feature their work. And don’t forget that donations to ARRC are tax-deductible. If you are interested in seeing RipRap live again, or you have an idea about how we could attract sponsors, please contact ARRC.