I’m Waddy Harris, I was born here in Wilcannia on the Darling River and grew up around here on the Darling River. My guidance from off the river was my grandmother, meeting my grandmother and she told me about the river. That the river is very important to us all the people that lives on the river, and our water is supposed to have been shared by Mother Nature, but it’s not going that way, yeah. It's getting shorter and shorter.
So, have a good think about it up the top, that we need this water. Not just the cotton. Yeah. It’s about people and the animals and all of our stuff down here. Because it’s our healing, to all the people here and the kids, and the new lot and the new lot again. Cause they still on this river here, we still here, the spirit of the river. The river people. So we’re all coming back, we still want our river, we wont give up til we see this here sign, and then Mother Nature will finish it off for us. Flood this place. But it won’t flood if you’re holding us back. So have a good think about it, up there, about the next generation, your generation, all of us.