The International Fish Passage Conference is on in Albury over five days next week.
350 delegates from 40 countries will learn about the latest research and technology to help maintain fish populations, including species in the Murray Darling Basin.
The Conference will investigate management strategies and structures, including fish ladders to assist in re-building native fish populations
It’s the first time the event has been held in the Southern Hemisphere.
And the Victorian Fisheries Authority has the third annual Murray Codference coming up in Shepparton on Sunday, and North East anglers have the chance to learn more about how our native fish are tracking.
Freshwater Fisheries Manager, Anthony Forster, says the cod and endangered native fish like trout cod and Macquarie Perch are making a comeback
More details are available from the Department Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources in McKoy Street, Wodonga.