Workshop: Managing Your Water Asset

Navigating Water Markets & Matching Your Water Use With Appropriate Supply. Following on from the highly successful 1st workshop in Loxton.

This free workshop is designed specifically for the South Australian Agriculture Industry and is facilitated by ICE WaRM, in collaboration with PIRSA and others.

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Date: Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Location: Murray Bridge Community Club

Contact: Joel for more information: 08 8236 5200,



Alister Walsh

Duxton Asset Management

Alister has recently joined Duxton Asset Management as the Director of Water Assets and was previously the CEO at Waterfind Australia, a company that is a pioneer in the water market industry. Alister... Read more

Ben Fee

FeeZable Solutions

Ben is Leader at FeeZable Solutions, finding feasible solutions for the food-water-energy nexus. He is also enrolled as a PhD candidate at the Australian National University, undertaking research into... Read more

Simo Tervonen

Marsden Jacob Associates

Simo joined Marsden Jacob Associates’ Sydney office in July 2017. Simo brings a rare level of nationwide expertise in all facets of water markets, policy and trade protocols, and is widely recognise... Read more

Yvette Colton


Yvette is the Principal Policy Officer, State and National Water Policy in the Department for Environment and Water (DEW) specialising in South Australian water markets and trade. Having worked in the... Read more



Previous Loxton Workshop information, including session videos, ppts and interviews.

Workshop Flyer,

Workshop Program

In this free Workshop:

  • Water trading basics and licencing.
  • Assisting irrigators to understand the maturity and scope of the Australia water market and provide some insight as to how they make it work for them.
  • Help to understand the connected nature of the Southern Murray Darling Basin and the industry dynamics across that region that could impact them.
  • Introduce the concept of effective capital deployment to achieve their desired water security.
  • The use of strategies to protect water quality and salinity levels.
  • An update on the 17/18 Seasonal outlook and the industry and other factors that may have an impact on the market.
  • Mapping your water use profile to meet your requirements

Learn about Australia’s water markets, produced by the federal Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, for the 2017 Global Forum for Food and Agriculture:

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