The transformation of creek and gully systems from intact to incised is a process which can be seen on countless farms across our region.
To rehydrate our landscapes, we need to return these systems to a more functional flow pattern, where peak flows are reduced and low flows are extended, giving the land time to soak up as much water as possible during rain events.
The Mulloon Institute have been demonstrating the role, process and success of landscape rehydration for many years. The Kyeamba Valley Landcare Group were keen to learn from this experience, so with the help of a Community Grant from Riverina Water we were able to bring The Mulloon Institute to our Valley for a two-day practical workshop on landscape rehydration. Our workshop attracted 39 participants who were keen to learn more about the process and its application in our local region.