Lake Albert economic impact assessment adds to case

By Peri Strathearn
Updated February 19 2014 - 2:11am, first published 1:30am
Hopeful outlook: Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland chief executive officer Brenton Lewis, farmer Brad Fischer, Coorong council chief executive officer Vincent Cammell and Meningie Narrung Lakes Irrigators Association chair Bill Henshall unite at the launch of a report into the value of reducing Lake Albert's salinity.
Hopeful outlook: Dairy and beef farmer Brad Fischer, Meningie Narrung Lakes Irrigators Association chair Bill Henshall, Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland chief executive officer Brenton Lewis and Coorong council chief executive officer Vincent Cammell unite at the launch of a report into the value of reducing Lake Albert's salinity.

RESTORING Lake Albert to health would create 273 jobs and add $30.7 million to the regional economy, a study has found.

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