On the trail of the Aboriginal water dreamers
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How one hydrogeologist is helping Aboriginal people have a say in water management

Water for Aboriginal people is crucial for survival, identity, language and law. Brad Moggridge is a hydrogeologist and a Murri from the Kamilaroi Nation. He’s on a quest to help give Aboriginal people a say in water management.

(Photo: Kwartatuma, Ormiston Gorge. Credit: BBC)

  • 15 Feb 2017
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