Future water security

Drinkable water is a precious, and becoming an expensive natural resource, especially for keeping livestock. How you collect and manage water efficiently on your property has broader ramifications to your bottom line and the environment. 


NEW innovative water on wheels portable sheep watering truck designed by the Flavell Family on eastern Eyre Peninsula.


Considerable forethought and planning is required to collect and move water across a farm effectively. There are many things to consider. 

From the shared experience of farmers and experts, find out about some of the things to consider:

YouTube video - demonstrating the benefits of establishing sheeted catchments to secure good quality/cost effective water.

Find out all you need to know about the legalities and permits required for water on your property.

Funding partners

This project is supported by the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.

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More information

  • Regenerative Agriculture Project Officer and Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator
    86 Tasman Tce (ground floor), Port Lincoln | Via post: PO Box 22, Port Lincoln, SA 5606
    8688 3111