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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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Disallowance of new water regulations has backfired, leaving northern irrigators to carry on floodplain harvesting.
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NSW Irrigators' Council CEO Claire Miller speaking about the disallowance of the floodplain harvesting regulations, which would have meant a big cutback to floodplain harvesting, as well as measurement requirements.

"It's not a win we wanted as an industry."

I agree. Just say no to the floodplain harvesting licensing, reductions and measurement. Let the status quo remain.
It’s a huge loss for the environment, but a win for irrigators who were about to get a 30% reduction in access to flood water. It was a sad day for rivers yesterday https://t.co/NoTvGxGOUg

@DavidSandow1 From an irrigators perspective the disallowance is a good thing because it means we won’t get the reduction in access to flood water we had all agreeed to. The greens et al shot them selves in the foot, which is disappointing for the rivers down your way.

Greens et al so determined to be anti-farmer and anti-irrigation theyve shot the environment in the foot 🤷🏻‍♀️ https://t.co/N9vdtKHHTA

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