Water Security in the Coorong Tatiara Local Action Plan Area
The Coorong Tatiara Local Action Plan has taken an interest in the impact of increased mains water costs on our local farm businesses. We are concerned about the flow on effects of this increase in costs to livestock producers, such as the potential change in land use on our fragile soils from perennial pastures to cropping. This could potentially increase the risk of wind erosion & dryland salinity. We believe the increased production costs are cutting into the farm budget available to spend on land management related activities such as clay spreading, perennial pasture establishment & revegetation.
For more information on the Coorong Water Transportation Scheme Feasibility Project please click here
Please find links below that may assist you to calculate and plan your farm water requirements. You will also find links to information in regard to Council Planning Considerations and Regional Hydrogeology.
We are pleased to provide technical information on each of the topics below that have been a feature of our Water Security Events. The Coorong Tatiara Local Action Plan does not necessarily endorse any of the individual products or companies detailed on the pages below. This information is provided for technical research purposes only. Similar products to these will be available elsewhere. If you are a supplier of water security related products and would be interested in displaying information and products at future events, do not hesitate in contacting a member of the Coorong Tatiara Local Action Plan Team.
The Coorong Tatiara Local Action Plan has taken an interest in the Clare Peak Water Transportation Scheme as a model for delivering lower cost mains water to primary producers.
Another site well worth visiting for Water Security related information is the Sheep Connect South Australia website: