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 NSW Irrigators’ Council

The NSW Irrigators’ Council is the peak body representing irrigation farmers and the irrigation industry in NSW. Our members include food and fibre groups, irrigation infrastructure operators, valley water user associations and commodity groups from the rice, cotton, dairy and horticultural industries. Through our members, the NSW Irrigators’ Council represents 12,000 water access licence holders in NSW who access regulated, unregulated and groundwater systems.

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Latest press releases:

We have the answer to the big question: why did the fish die?

Watch a compilation of before and after photos showing the effects this current drought has on our country here: https://t.co/TV2D87QXZC

An informative piece by the Chair of the @NationalFarmers Water Taskforce on the impact of #drought on our river systems and the #irrigation sector

These facts about #Australian #cotton are important to know. Read them. Learn them. Share them.
@NationalFarmers @Nat_Irrigators @nswirrigators @QldFarmers @CottonResearch @CottonInfoAust @OzFarmers @afsnsw @thelandnews @ABCRural @abcnews @smh
#Cottonfacts #CottonAU #agriculture

Stark inflow figures tell tale of drought severity. Northern NSW river systems can expect an average of approximately 4000 GL of annual inflows according to long term data. In the first six months of 2018-19 these rivers received 30 GL. Read more at https://t.co/OVcckZB1pE

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