• Digital Storytelling
    in Natural Resource Management

    We specialise in sharing inspiring stories and engaging content.

    Our Projects

The importance of digital storytelling

Combining knowledge in innovative ways to engage diverse audiences

Increasing awareness and community involvement in river restoration

Celebrating achievements, promoting positive stories and engendering hope

“People don’t care if they don’t know.”  😔

Come along to our upcoming 2-day workshop on stakeholder engagement and effective communication!

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Digital storytelling comes in many formats – our ‘Buffers, Sponges & Moderators’ short film effectively communicates the efforts of our on-ground work to a broader digital audience.

Websites and social media we manage:

  • “Siwan and her team delivers communication about rivers and wetlands with real purpose, clarity and passion. They have brought our stories to life on our new website and shone a light on the community champions of the Murray Darling Basin. Thanks Siwan and Pat!”
    — Dr Deborah Nias – CEO, Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group
  • "I just wanted to say ‘thanks’ again to the ARRC team for doing the fabulous video and blog about the three ibis species. You are all so nice to work with and make things easy and accessible with flair and impact. I hope we do lots more together in the future."
    — Dr. Heather McGinness – Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO Land and Water
  • “RipRap offers a bright, easy-to-read update on the science of various riverine topics- great for scientists, great for managers!”
    — John Koehn, (Arthur Rylah Institute, Victoria)
  • "RipRap is a great read with lots of positive stories of environmental improvement."
    — David Freudenberger

Meet the team.

Siwan Lovett

– Skinny cappuccino

Inspiring, skilled and effective.  Siwan is a familiar face in the Australian river restoration community, with her work in communications, public speaking, leadership and on-ground riparian rehabilitation well-known and respected.  She enjoys facilitating and empowering others to value themselves and their knowledge so that rivers and waterways can be managed confidently, in partnership with nature.

Pat Gudhka
Digital Marketing Manager

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Enthusiastic, progressive and motivated. Pat is the digital wizard behind the ARRC, ensuring the science and the stories we share reaches the right audience through technology. He enjoys getting to develop the digital ‘why’, ‘what’ and ‘how’ for every project, offering value to anyone working in natural resource management who wants to share knowledge and empower others.

Finn Clarke
Marketing Coordinator

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