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Includes Sustainable Development Goals from the project and its locations.
Water Quality (SDG 6.3)
Integrated Water Resource Management (SDG 6.5)
Protect and Restore Ecosystems (SDG 6.6)
Stakeholder Participation (SDG 6.b)
Climate Resilience and Adaptation (SDG 13.1)
Includes tags from the project and its locations.
|Progress to Date:||14000 Megalitres of environmental water delivered|
Communications & outreach
Monitoring & evaluation
No services needed/offered
Research & analysis
Stakeholder engagement & facilitation
NGO / Civil Society
|Start & End Dates:||Jan. 01, 2013 » Ongoing|
|Contextual Condition(s):||PHYSICAL: Water scarcity or drought, Quality, PHYSICAL: Ecosystem vulnerability or degradation|
|Additional Benefits:||Long-term partnership(s) created, Raised awareness of challenges among water users, Raised awareness of challenges among local authorities|
|Beneficiaries:||Ecosystems, Environmental users (e.g., fishers, recreational users), Local communities / domestic users|
|Planning & Implementation Time:||More than 3 years|
|Primary Funding Source:||pool|
|Project Challenges:||RESOURCES: Lack of financial resources, RESOURCES: Lack of technical resources, Other|
|Project Source:||CEO Water Mandate|
Water For Nature is an initiative of Nature Foundation. Established in 2008 during the Millennium Drought, Water For Nature has been helping to redress the loss and stress to the ecosystems and habitats of the River Murray caused by river regulation and drought. Our mission is to work with South Australian communities to source water and deliver community-driven projects that benefit wetlands and floodplains. Wetlands need regular watering to remain healthy in today's regula…
Water For Nature is an initiative of Nature Foundation. Established in 2008 during the Millennium Drought, Water For Nature has been helping to redress the loss and stress to the ecosystems and habitats of the River Murray caused by river regulation and drought. Our mission is to work with South Australian communities to source water and deliver community-driven projects that benefit wetlands and floodplains. Wetlands need regular watering to remain healthy in today's regulated river system. Healthy wetland environments are important for environmental, economic, cultural and social reasons, providing an optimal environment for flora and fauna, improved water quality for human consumption, agricultural use and opportunities for recreation and tourism. The programme recognises that the river red gum and black box woodlands, lignum swamps and samphire floodplains provide habitats for many species of threatened and vulnerable birds, fish, frogs and invertebrates and that intervention is needed urgently.
|Basin and/or Contextual Conditions:||PHYSICAL: Water scarcity or drought, Quality, PHYSICAL: Ecosystem vulnerability or degradation|
|Project Benefits:||Long-term partnership(s) created, Raised awareness of challenges among water users, Raised awareness of challenges among local authorities|
|Indirect or Direct Beneficiaries:||Ecosystems, Environmental users (e.g., fishers, recreational users), Local communities / domestic users|
|Months & Implementing:||More than 3 years|
|Primary Funding Source:||Pool funding (i.e., joint funding of several partners)|
|Challenges:||RESOURCES: Lack of financial resources, RESOURCES: Lack of technical resources, Other|
Nature Foundation is an apolitical not-for-profit foundation that invests in conserving, restoring and protecting South Australian landscapes, flora and fauna to ensure their survival. We aim to lead the way in sustainable nature conservation. Find out more about the history … Learn More
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