Now in its 21st year, Wise Water Ways is a unique practical workshop focusing on the management of rural and urban streams and riparian areas.
Held annually in North East Victoria, over 900 individuals from across Australia have completed the 5 day course which provides government staff, consultants, university students, and others with the opportunity to learn, discuss and debate with a wide range of Australian’s top waterways researchers and managers.
Topics include the theory, practice and on-ground techniques of stream rehabilitation, stream assessment, stream ecology, rural and urban hydrology, stream hydraulics and sediment movement, waterway geomorphology, waterway management, water quality, environmental flows, fish habitat requirements, macroinvertebrate identification, riparian vegetation management and community engagement.
The Keynote speaker this year is Dr Sarina Loo, Co-Executive of the Victorian Environmental Water Holder.
For more information please visit the website www.wisewaterways.org.au or email Virginia Eckels at firstname.lastname@example.org.