3-10 October 2022 - Adelaide, SA
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Employer EOI - Cert III in Irrigation Technology Traineeship
Fri 1 Jul 2022 - Thu 1 Feb 2024 12:00 am
WA ONLY Employer Expressions of Interest - Certificate III in Irrigation Technology Traineeship
RSVP Date: 01-February-2024
IAL Conference & Exhibition and ICID 24th Congress
Mon 3 Oct 2022 - Mon 10 Oct 2022 8:30 am
The 2022 Irrigation Australia Conference is combined with the ICID 24th International Congress and will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 3 to 10 October 2022
1 day/s till RSVP closes.
Metering Workshop - Adelaide Convention Centre
Tue 4 Oct 2022 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
The 'Free to Attend' Certified Meter Installer & Validator Workshop will be held at the Irrigation Australia Conference and is designed to keep CMIs/DQPs up to date on matters relating to their certification. Registrations are essential. At....
Final Day for Registrations!
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Adelaide will host the 2022 Irrigation Australia International Conference and Exhibition this October and for the first time will include a Renewable Energy Workshop as interest in renewables explodes amid soaring electricity prices.
Scores of potential new species are being uncovered as water springs emerge in places they have never been seen before in outback Queensland.
The head of South Australia's peak Murray River irrigators group says the state's newly appointed commissioner for the waterway needs to push for real action in the Murray-Darling Basin.
An unprecedented drought has afflicted nearly half of the European continent, damaging farm economies, forcing water restrictions, causing wildfires and threatening aquatic species.
Water flowing into South Australia has hit a six-year high at 53 gigalitres a day, as a report reveals full storages and wet conditions across the Murray-Darling Basin.
With just two years until water-saving deadlines of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, New South Wales is at high risk of not meeting its responsibilities.
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