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Strong demand for 3IP River Murray irrigation fund

Posted 10.12.2014

2014 December 10

River Murray irrigators have shown huge demand for Round Two of the Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (3IP).

See South Australia’s progress towards our ambitious but achievable target of returning 40 gigalitres of water to the Murray Darling Basin 

View the full news release - Strong demand for 3IP River Murray fund.

3IP Round Two – invitation to submit full application

Posted 24.11.2014

2014 November 24

Assessment has been completed on the Expressions of Interest that were submitted for Round Two of 3IP. If you have received an email inviting you to submit a full application from PIRSA, please check the Participate page for what you need to do next.

If you require further assistance, please contact your local Regional Support Officer.

3IP Round Two – EoI now closed

Posted 18.10.2014

2014 October 18
The Expression of Interest period for Round Two of 3IP closed at 5:00pm (ACDT) on 17 October 2014.
If you have submitted an EoI, you will be contacted within the next few weeks regarding the outcome of your proposal's assessment.
If you require further assistance, please contact your local Regional Support Officer.

3IP Round Two EoI Form

Posted 23.09.2014

2014 September 23

You can now complete the Expression of Interest Form.  It has a closing time of 5:00pm (ACDT) on 17 October 2014.

3IP Guidelines: Round Two Available

Posted 22.09.2014

2014 September 22

You can now download the 3IP Guidelines: Round Two.

The Expression of Interest Form has a closing time of 5:00pm (ACDT) on 17 October 2014.

Second round of $240 million River Murray program open

Posted 16.09.2014

2014 September 16

The second round of grants under the $240 million South Australian River Murray Sustainability Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (3IP) will open for Expressions of Interest on Monday September 22, 2014..

Register your interest in the program

Contract Information Form

Posted 13.08.2014

2014 August 13

We have received some questions relating to the Contract Information Form – if this is relevant to you, please read the response to these questions (PDF 406.1 KB).

thumbnail for document - SARMS 3IP Round 1 Contract Information Form: Frequently Asked Questions

Major economic stimulus for River Murray communities

Posted 24.07.2014

2014 July 24

Grants totalling more than $100 million will flow to almost 100 South Australian River Murray irrigation and industry projects.

This includes projects such as $12.7 million to replant an existing production area with new crops and a new irrigation system, $5.2 million for a new onion and potato farm to supply a national supermarket chain, and a $2.2 million project to convert a disused almond orchard into an irrigated lucerne hay business.

View the full news release - Major economic stimulus for River Murray communities.

Riverland to benefit from major economic stimulus

Posted 21.07.2014

2014 July 21

The Riverland has won a share of more than $100 million in grants for South Australian River Murray irrigation and industry projects.

The grants are being made through the Australian Government-funded $240 million South Australian River Murray Sustainability Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (3IP), and the projects will return about half the water required under the programs 40-gigalitre target for water recovery.

View the full news release - Riverland to benefit from major economic stimulus.

Lower Murray to benefit from major economic stimulus

Posted 21.07.2014

2014 July 21

The Lower Murray region has won a share of more than $100 million in grants for South Australian River Murray irrigation and industry projects.

The grants are being made through the Australian Government-funded $240 million South Australian River Murray Sustainability Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (3IP), and the projects will return about half the water required under the programs 40-gigalitre target for water recovery.

View the full news release - Lower Murray to benefit from major economic stimulus.

 

Mid-Murray to benefit from major economic stimulus

Posted 21.07.2014

2014 July 21

The mid-Murray region has won a share of more than $100 million in grants for South Australian River Murray irrigation and industry projects.

The grants are being made through the Australian Government-funded $240 million South Australian River Murray Sustainability Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (3IP), and the projects will return about half the water required under the programs 40-gigalitre target for water recovery.

View the full news release - Mid-Murray to benefit from major economic stimulus.