Employment opportunity

2rog is looking for a bright new person to complement and enhance our team. The right person will have 5-15 years of experience in the environmental sector, and help to diversify and strengthen our company. If you are ready to embrace new challenges as well as personal and professional and technical development, email Paul today…

Flow-MER x Lakkari Art

Lakkari Pitt is a proud Gamilaroi Yuwaalaraay woman from Walgett, New South Wales. Lakkari’s art is a contemporary take on the knowledge that her Elders and significant people in her life have passed down throughout generations. Lakkari’s work explores the movement, essence and stories of Country. We use a range of ecological indicators to assess…

Lakkari Art: Frogs

Frogs are a key player in aquatic habitats. They provide important ecosystem services through living as predator, prey and everything in between. We collaborated with Gamilaroi Yuwaalaraay artist, Lakkari Pitt, to help us portray the frogs that inhabit the aquatic ecosystems we study. We love the artwork and stories she produced. Click play below to hear…

Lakkari Art: Fish

Fish and rivers have been intimately linked for millions of years, and fish and humans for thousands. River conditions are reflected in the health of fish populations and communities; with variations to such aspects having implications for river-depenent Aboriginal Nations pre-European settlement, and today. We collaborated with Gamilaroi Yuwaalaraay artist, Lakkari Pitt, to help us portray…

Lakkari Art: Waterbirds

Birds that are dependent on aquatic ecosystems for some or all of their lifecycle are termed waterbirds. Measuring waterbird abundance and diversity helps to determine the health of the ecosystems they inhabit. We collaborated with Gamilaroi Yuwaalaraay artist, Lakkari Pitt, to help us portray the waterbirds that inhabit the aquatic ecosystems we study. We love…

Lakkari Art: Vegetation

Australia’s floodplains, wetlands and riverine ecosystems are characterised by unique, diverse and often iconic vegetation. We collaborated with Gamilaroi Yuwaalaraay artist, Lakkari Pitt, to help us portray the vegetation within the aquatic ecosystems we study. We love the artwork and stories she produced. Click play below to hear Lakkari describe her Vegetation piece and click on…

Lakkari Art: Food webs

Food webs show how food and energy resources such as microbes, algae and reeds are connected with consumers such as waterbugs, fish and waterbirds. We collaborated with Gamilaroi Yuwaalaraay artist, Lakkari Pitt, to help us portray the food webs within the wetlands we study. We love the artwork and stories she produced. Click play below to…

Lakkari Art: Hydrology

Hydrology is the science of Earth’s water, particularly its properties and movement in relation to the land. We collaborated with Gamilaroi Yuwaalaraay artist, Lakkari Pitt, to help us portray the hydrology of the rivers and landscapes we study. We love the artwork and stories she produced.  Click play below to hear Lakkari describe her Hydrology…

Northern Basin 2019-20 Summary

The Commonwealth Environmental Water Office (CEWO) have now released the Northern Basin 2019-20 Summary. This publication includes a fact sheet highlighting the use of Commonwealth Environmental Water in the 2019-20 water year in the northern Murray-Darling Basin. Click the image above to take a look.