Interviews and presentations from the Native Fish Forum 2023
Over 100 people gathered in Dubbo during May 2023 to experience a showcase of the work of the native fish recovery strategy and share knowledge about the ongoing activities that support native fish recovery.
The following videos comprise short interviews with each presenter at the Forum, or a summarised version of their talk, with the option to view each presentation in full.
Indigenous fish traps impact the Baaka’s morphology and ecology
Sarah Martin and Badger Bates explore fish traps in the Baaka (Darling River) channel, both stone and wooden/earthen bank structures.
Mid-Murray Floodplain Recovery Reach
Recovery Reach Coordinator Peter Rose talks about projects in the Mid-Murray floodplains to recover native fish, especially the small wetland species of the region.
What’s next in the Native Fish Recovery Strategy
Stuart Little explains the cumulative benefits of the Recovery Reach approach, why we need more, and how you might get one started.
Note: this is the full presentation
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Acknowledgement of funding: This project is funded by the Native Fish Recovery Strategy. The Native Fish Recovery Strategy is funded under the joint programs and coordinated by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority. The joint programs promote and coordinate effective planning, management and sharing of the water and other natural resources of the Murray-Darling Basin.