Managing water resources
The vision for water resources in the SA Murray-Darling Basin (SAMDB) region is that they are healthy, valued, have thriving ecosystems and are able to support communities. The River Murray is the most significant water resource in the SAMDB region and is the principal water resource for South Australians. Other groundwater and surface water resources of the region are locally important to the ecology and economies of the areas they are located in. These include tributaries and ground water systems in the Eastern Mount Lofty Ranges, groundwater systems in the Mallee and ephemeral flows in the Rangelands.
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