Fish, people and others: communities of the Lachlan from the mountains to the swamp
Literally listening to the river and her communities; Sonic Territories: Galari
The Great Cumbung Swamp:
flooding, water resource development and environmental water.
Sustaining people and the environment: alternatives to being damned.
Will there be any net benefits to society from raising the Wyangala Dam wall?
Living at the top....of the Lachlan Valley
Doubling Wyangala Dam: haven't we learnt anything about the long-term costs?
Water and birds in the Lachlan / Kalari Valley
Eco-Tourism and education
Waterbirds of the Lachlan / Kalari
Drawing down CO2 - hydrating soils naturally
The view from the bottom.....of the Lachlan Valley
Punching above our weight: the underground of floodplains
Biodiversity values in the Upper Lachlan
The Hooded Robin is a threatened species, almost missing from central NSW
The view from the bottom.... of the valley
Nerida lives on the Belubula River which flows into the Lachlan.
She wrote songs about the Lachlan while doing a residency at the CORRIDOR project, located just below the Wyangala Dam
Jon Vagg is a bush balladeer and poet, with a rich history and knowledge of the lower Lachlan River
Allan, son of Jon, continues the family tradition of acutely observing his country then writing about and reciting it in poetic form
In addition to being one of Australia's most respected ecologists, Cilla also is a songwriter and performer. Her original songs are inspired by Nature.
pennie is the convener of the conference and lives just south of the Belubula River Writer, artist, facilitator and country cook, she is connected to her landscapes. She is reciting some of Homer Rieth's epic The Garden of Earth about the Murray-Darling Basin