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Some thoughts from the Mutha River Walk by Jeevit Nadi and Janwani

Rivers allowed the development of civilisations

Rivers, mountains, the earth and planetary bodies or any such significant objects were personified, given names, given a myth and often worshipped. 576 more words

The I Concept

Nonprofit Spotlight: Ipswich River Watershed Association

The Ipswich River Watershed Association (IRWA) is the voice of the river—a group of people helping make sure there is enough clean water for the 350,000 people and businesses in 14 communities on the North Shore of Massachusetts, protecting nature, and providing great ways to have fun outdoors. 751 more words

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The Triwaters journey so far…

Written by Franz Fuls and Adventure Kayaker Troy Glover

The Triwaters Eco-Expedition has made good progress under strenuous conditions, with 70kms hiked in the first four days as planned. 124 more words


Hickory Tree Along the Des Plaines River


This seems like a good morning to look back, while I wait for the snow to melt and for things to green up.  And other things to start flying around and biting (sigh)  :) 197 more words

Melissa Blue Fine Art

Why are there no true freshwater protected areas in Australia?

Keller Kopf, Nicole McCasker and I have written a short piece for The Conversation, asking why there are no true freshwater protected areas in Australia. 80 more words


The Mighty Murray Cod

There is a Murray cod character in my latest novel, Billabong Bend. So I’m dedicating this post to Guddhu, guardian of the river, charismatic fish of legend! 435 more words