Managing water is important for environmental and health benefits along with social wellbeing and supporting an economy worth billions of dollars.
Water is vital to the healthy function of all life, from people to subterranean worms; crustaceans and insects through to plants that rely on soil moisture to the large diversity of aquatic animals that occupy the creeks and wetlands spread across our region.
The management of water is important in the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges region. Apart from the environmental and health benefits of water, the region’s water resources support the economic and social well being of a community of 1.2 million people and an economy worth billions of dollars.
These resources include: