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Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community
Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community
Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community
Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community
Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community
Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community
Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community
Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community

Internal Surplus Water event – ends for Mirrool Creek customers 11 April
Internal Surplus non history of use (HOU) allocation event for Mirrool Creek customers ends at 6am, Tuesday 11 April. Internal Surplus non HOU allocation event for Wah Wah will continue until further notice. Algal levels continue to be elevated in this supply system. Please see ‘Water Quality’ section of MI website for test results. Place orders via EASYWATER or alternatively contact customer services on 02 6962 0200.
Main Canal automation and extended irrigation shutdown
From 26 May to early August (approximately 11 weeks) there will be no access to irrigation water from the Main Canal, and the supply systems that branch off it, to allow MI to upgrade all major regulating structures. MI are unable to schedule a winter watering period this year. We are looking at al ...
BGA update: Alert remains for Wah Wah Main and Wah Wah Outfall System (30/03/2017)
Customers on Wah Wah Main Channel and Wah Wah Outfall Channel System are advised that blue-green algae (BGA) levels indicate water may not be suitable for stock watering or domestic use (human contact). Please refer to our ‘Water Quality’ page under the ‘Environment’ tab for more information .

MI NEWS

MI MR- IREC and MI team up for automation pilot project 20 Apr 2017
The Irrigation Research & Extension Committeeand Murrumbidgee Irrigation are teaming up to deliver a pilot automation trial project for irrigation supply channels, which has the potential to be expanded across the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area .
MI MR - Clean up helps to showcase sports ovals 11 Apr 2017
Murrumbidgee Irrigation has worked in collaboration with Leeton Council to clean up the entrance to Leeton High School Ovals, pleasing the numerous sporting groups across the region who use them.
MI MR - MI to pull the plug on Main Canal 6 Apr 2017
There will be no irrigation supply from the Main Canal for up to eleven weeks, from late May, to allow MI to upgrade all major regulating structures.
MI Newsletter March 2017 31 Mar 2017
MI Newsletter March 2017
MI Newsletter February 2017 28 Feb 2017
MI Newsletter February 2017
MI MR - Swimming in irrigation channels can cost you your life 13 Feb 2017
In light of the tragic drownings in Riverina water ways over the summer, Murrumbidgee Irrigation is reminding rural communities in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area not to take the risk of swimming in irrigation channels.
MI MR- MDBA eyes opened to importance of water to region 31 Jan 2017
Murrumbidgee Irrigation took the opportunity to demonstrate to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority the importance of water to the MIA when they visited the region last week.

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OTHER RELATED NEWS

Growers asked to burn responsibly  20 Apr 2017
With the 2017 summer harvest underway, the rice industry, Griffith City Council, Leeton Shire Council, the Irrigation Research and Extension Committee, Murrumbidgee and Coleambally Irrigation companies and the Griffith Rural Fire Service remind farmers who are planning to burn stubble, to do so responsibly.
Australian Soil Management- Griffith Field Day 21 Mar 2017
Australian Soil Management are working with Vineyards in the Griffith area using compost to improve soil health. Improving soil health is an important first step in improving vines and grape productivity. This year, compost has been applied to vineyards at De Bortoli Wines and Warburn Estate Wines.
DPI Water - Murrumbidgee Valley Preliminary water availability outlook 15 Mar 2017
DPI Water - Murrumbidgee Valley Preliminary water availability outlook for 2017-18
DPI Water - Allocations increased to 100% 15 Nov 2016
Allocations for Murrumbidgee general security licences holders has increased by 24%, while high security licence holders are to receive an increase of 5%. This means that both licence categories have reached full entitlement. Full allocation is also available to conveyance entitlements.
Farming Together  18 Oct 2016
This $14.9m Farming Together initiative is a national, two-year campaign for primary producers and processors to collaborate and claim marketplace power.

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