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Forgotten River: Michael Murray of Cotton Australia on why demonising industry isn't acceptable in the Murray-Darling water use debate

By Michael Murray
Updated August 31 2022 - 3:17pm, first published September 29 2021 - 5:30am
First light reflections in the golden hour, when the sun is low and the air still, show a bend in the Darling River. Pictures: John Hanscombe
First light reflections in the golden hour, when the sun is low and the air still, show a bend in the Darling River. Pictures: John Hanscombe

There are many things that farmers and irrigators across the country can agree on. One would be that water is a vital commodity for our future and every crop that feeds and clothes the planet needs water to grow.

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