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Cultural Flows in Murray River Country
The pipes and channels that fan out from the water storages are our vast new geography of water networks. This water provided for our Murray Darling Basin agricultural heartland, but there has been a cost. The Murray River has ceased to flood the Murray River country.
River health has declined. The traditional owners of the river country now have to argue with water bureaucracies about the importance of the river and the floods. Droughts have always been part of the long term weather pattern, but with this drought, there was not enough water in storage for agriculture.