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The program has received positive feedback from landholders who have installed low-flow devices, detailing the outcomes to the environment including:

  • Creeks and waterways are flowing at times of year when they would normally be dry
  • Improved condition and increased quantity of vegetation along waterways
  • Increased presence of animals in waterways

Hear participating landholders talk about how they are living and working with low flow devices on their dams.

Howard Vineyard video case study: Adelaide Hills

Temple Bruer Wines video case study (video 1): Langhorne Creek

Temple Bruer Wines video case study (video 2): Langhorne Creek

"Kyara" vineyard video case study: Keyneton

Skye Crawford, landholder growing carob trees video case study: Bugle Ranges