The Millennium Drought at the turn of this century led some to conclude that drought was the new normal and the environment was facing catastrophe.
They were wrong; it was the worst drought for a century, but it ended with widespread flooding.
However, during the drought a plan was devised to remove water from agriculture to “save” the environment. Substantial water rights have been purchased from farmers in Queensland, NSW and Victoria.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
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