This is a great read as the discussions around fish exclusive screens gains momentum. The article featured in Irrigation New Zealand’s latest journal discusses the country’s progress on the development of Technical Guidelines regarding best practice design criteria for Fish Exclusion Screens. You may recognise the images, as AWMA Submersible Intake Screens, T-Screens and Cylinder […]
Thanks to Paterson Pumps for these photos of AWMA iRisers irrigating corn in the Riverina Food Bowl. A new Pipe and Riser System was chosen over the traditional open channels, to save time and water.
The new Cohuna Fishway complements the Fish Exclusion Screens installed a few years ago. Together, they not only keep fish in the natural waterway, but allow them to migrate up and down the Gunbower Creek. To read more about the Native Fish Recovery Plan visit: http://www.nccma.vic.gov.au/projects/biodiversity/plan
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