Kate McBride calls for change in river country: @Jansant #FarrerVotes #Watergate #podcast

Wayne Jansson

Wayne Jansson

Chief reporter & photographer at No Fibs
Wayne Jansson is an Australian citizen journalist and photographer. He covered the seat of Indi during the 2013 federal election which saw Independent Cathy McGowan unseat Liberal Sophie Mirabella. His interests are politics and social justice.
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Kate McBride walking in the dry bed of the Darling River. Photo: Tony Hill

Kate McBride is a fifth-generation pastoralist and the daughter of Rob McBride, owner of Tolarno Station (@TolarnoStation) at Menindee in Western NSW.

Together with her father she brought the ecological disaster unfolding on the Darling River to the world’s attention with a viral video of the Menindee fish kill.

Kate spoke to Wayne Jansson (@Jansant) about what it’s like to watch a river dying, and the impacts on the people that rely on it.

With the fish kills we’ve had, we really need this natural fish nursery.

Without the river they [Barkindji] can’t pass that culture on, they can’t pass those stories or anything on.

Kate McBride

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