Windara Reef Restoration: Reinvigorating ocean ecosystems

Sunday, 23 February 2020 - 11:00am to 11:30am
 Anita Nedosyko in foreground wearing goggles and joyfully holding up oyster shells, with ocean & reef in background (Source: Tait Schmall)

Windara Reef Restoration: Reinvigorating ocean ecosystems 

Most of the continent now known as colony-Australia was once surrounded and protected for thousands of years by massive reefs built up by shellfish, providing rich breeding grounds for marine life. However colonisation has decimated these ancient reefs and rendered them extinct. So the news that thriving artificial reefs are now being built to correct this travesty is very good to hear. 

Guest presenter Nicky Paige speaks with Anita Nedosyko from The Nature Conservancy about how the Windara Reef Restoration project in South Australia is reinvigorating native shellfish populations and contributing to carbon sequestration

Earth Matters #1232 was co-produced by Nicky Page and Nicky Stott

Banner at Djab Wurrung Protection Embassy with Aboriginal colours says "always was, always will be" and grass in foreground
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Local, national and international environmental issues from grassroots, activist perspectives with a strong social justice focus. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.


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