RipRap is a magazine that collates science and practice around river management and presents this knowledge in ways that make it relevant for policy-makers and practitioners. The magazine started in 1997 and is now being published by the Australian River Restoration Centre (ARRC). It has a large following amongst those in the Australian community with shared interests in river and riparian management.
This latest edition of RipRap is on ‘bringing back native fish’, and contains 60 pages of great articles featuring fish related science, on-ground works, oral history and community engagement from across Australia. It is great to hand out at conferences, workshops and field days, as well as to have in the tea room at work, and as a reference document on what is happening ’fish-wise’ in different parts of Australia.
Hard copies of RipRap can be ordered online, and you can also explore older versions on the ARRC website. RipRap is also freely available in PDF format. Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are also available for interested organisations - click here for more information.