AWMA have had a very interesting and beneficial week attending Australia’s inaugural Fish Passage event; the ‘International Conference on River Connectivity’. An integral part of the event involved discussions regarding suitable applications for a range of Australian manufactured Fish Exclusion Screens. Pictured is an AWMA Cylindrical Fish Exclusion Screen on the AWMA stand at Fish […]
DANCING SCREENS. Wondering how our Cohuna irrigation channel fish screens keep clean? Here’s a demo. Make sure your volume is up. pic.twitter.com/YJPxnB19jU — 🏞️🦎🐢 North Central CMA 🌳🐠🐦 (@northcentralcma) November 25, 2018
Happy #WorldFisheriesDay! Check out this great video by VEWH… Happy #WorldFisheriesDay! Irrigation screens are being trialed between #Gunbower & #Cohuna Channel, where native #fish are being lost from waterways down #irrigation channels. An Australian first, saving native fish! @northcentralcma @AWMA_penstocks @DELWP_Vic @EnviroVic @VR_Fish pic.twitter.com/1PbksHLyvT — VEWH (@VicEWH) November 21, 2018
An online program is now available for the International Conference on River Connectivity (Fish Passage 2018). Please note Peter Ebenwaldner will be presenting a paper on Fish Exclusion Screen Infrastructure at 130pm Tuesday 11th Dec under the heading: Fish deterrents and screen designs The full program is available here: http://fish-passage-2018.p.asnevents.com.au/days/2018-12-10 We hope to see you there.
A discussion paper has been released on Fish Exclusion Screens: What are they? How do they work? What options are currently available? Will a standard Trash Screen suffice? What are the main design considerations? Do they benefit Aussie Irrigators? Will they assist Australia’s Native Fish Recovery Strategy? The full report is available here: