We are building a sustainable irrigation community…
The Lake Wellington Land and Water Management plan (2018) outlines how irrigators, industry and government will work together to achieve a highly productive and sustainable irrigation community that values and protects its natural and cultural assets.
The ten-year plan, developed with input from irrigators, industry and government, benefits irrigated land and the environment in the Lake Wellington catchment. It replaced the 2008 Macalister LWMP.
The final documents are available below.
Other useful documents and links (updated 25 March 2022)
- Regional Irrigated Land and Water Use Mapping (Lake Wellington Catchment) – KEY FINDINGS
- Regional Irrigated Land and Water Use (Lake Wellington Catchment) – INFOGRAPHIC
- Lake Wellington Catchment Land and Water Use Mapping (Lake Wellington Catchment) – TECHNICAL REPORT 2019-2020
- Sustainable Irrigation Decision Support Tool
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