Join us to learn from Mosaic Insights’ Dr Vicki Martin about a One Basin project exploring the community impacts of variability in water access and availability in the northern Murray–Darling Basin.

Changes to water access can affect livelihoods, wellbeing, participation in decision making, recreational use, and places for socialising, learning, stewardship, and spiritual and cultural connection. This work is helping to highlight how communities in each region experience these changes.

This session will be hosted by the One Basin CRC’s new Adaptation and Innovation lead, Dr Neville Crossman, and will offer the opportunity for discussion and questions.


Vicki Martin

Mosaic Insights

Dr Vicki Martin is a social scientist with interests in behaviour change, communication, and environmental impact and management. She has over 25 years of experience in research and consulting in A... Read more

Panel Members

Neville Crossman

One Basin CRC

Dr Neville Crossman has over 20 years of experience working at the interface of research and policy for managing land, water and biodiversity in agricultural systems. His career has spanned the res... Read more

Marti Beeston

One Basin CRC

Marti, a native of Goondiwindi, boasts deep roots in the region, having been born and raised there. Possessing a degree in Urban and Environmental Planning, Marti brings a wealth of knowledge and expe... Read more

Sponsored by One Basin CRC

One Basin CRC is a collaborative effort involving 85 partners dedicated to building a productive, resilient and sustainable Murray-Darling Basin. The Australian Water School, a business unit of Water Research Australia, proudly stands among these partners.


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