Re-hydration project helps outback landholders through drought

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By Olivia Calver
Updated April 14 2021 - 2:05pm, first published August 31 2020 - 6:40am
Jed, Clancy, 7, and Richard Wilson at Yalda Downs Station, White Cliffs. The Wilsons are members of the Far West Rangelands Rehydration Alliance. After recent significant rainfall in the area, the benefits of the their re-hydration works are in full view. Photo by Stacey Wilson.

For the last four years, outback graziers in the White Cliffs region have been through an intense drought that saw some forced to completely destock.

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Olivia Calver

Journalist

Journalist for The Land