A man stands on a rocky outcrop in a dry paddock. A gum tree is behind him. Barossa South Australia

Bringing new water to the Barossa can result in complex interactions across land, water and agribusiness systems. These must be dealt with to counter potential short- or long-term impacts on the viability and resilience of the irrigation scheme, and for a ‘no surprises’ approach for potential investors in the scheme.

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Stage 1 brings together regional growers, potential end users, technical experts, government agencies and regulators to build a shared understanding of the issues and principles; identify options and possible solutions and encourage broad, systems thinking.  The outcome, a Regional Issues and Options Report, will be available on this webpage at the end of July.

BRINGING RECYCLED WATER TO THE BAROSSA REGION BULLETIN
Watertalks – SA Water Website