NSW is in the grips of the most intense drought on record.
Communities had no drinking water or connection to their rivers and millions of fish and wildlife were killed.
The first flush of river water has finally reached the Murray at Wentworth, our rivers are connected at long last.
But with the rise in the COVID-19 pandemic it's more important than ever to prioritise water for essentials like town drinking water supplies, food production and domestic stock.
During a time of crisis it is absolutely essential that river flows revive the environment, meet town drinking water needs and grow food for Australia.