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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

We are one of the largest private irrigation companies in Australia serving over 3,000 landholdings owned by over 2,500 customers within an area of 660,000 hectares. The irrigation water and drainage services we provide have helped create a diverse and highly productive agricultural region known as the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA). The vibrant communities of the MIA offer a range of education, arts, entertainment, sports and recreational activities.  

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 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.

OTHER RELATED NEWS

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
RGA/NSWIC - NSW's Strong Ag Partnerships with California 2 Mar 2017
NSWIC & RGA welcomes exchanges with the Californian Farm Water Coalition.
GCC- Prickly Pear weed control 27 Feb 2017
Prickly pear infestations in the Griffith City Council Local Government Area are currently being treated with herbicides for infestations located on roadsides, irrigation drainage channels and crownland.
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.

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