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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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Want to know how and where NRAR has taken action against non-compliant users? Then you need to see the Public Register : #NRAR #waterlaws #RegionalNSW

“The carp, which make up almost 90 per cent of the river's biomass, have had a devastating effect on the river's ecosystem & water quality.” Water volumes alone won’t solve the big environmental issues, we need targeted & innovative complementary measures.

A good video by @NSWDPIE_Water on FPH: “These transitional arrangements will reduce, not increase, the ability to floodplain harvest in the Northern Basin”. Disallowance after years of calling for better management of FPH is reckless for rivers & people.

@MaryanneSlatte1 pp173-74 - but as you ask, last MDBA model run: 1998/99 - 2017/18 ann. av. Cap (based on 1993/94 use) in northern NSW rivers is 1420GL; ann. av. water use in same period is 1237GL. Licensing water take, incl. FPH, at lesser of Cap or LTAAEL, is NSW policy.

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