‘We’ll be bathing in salt water’: At the epicentre of Australia’s big drought

DROUGHT in parts of NSW is now so bad, the Fire & Rescue service in Warren will be forced to stand and watch your house burn to the ground.

The only way they will turn on their hoses is if someone is trapped in the house or it threatens to spread to neighbouring properties.

That is no official policy for the region.

Because they simply don’t have enough water to do their job.

Team Te Mania members Leanne and Garry Hall farm The Mole outside Warren and, like most farmers in the district, have forgotten what full dams and running water looks like.

Read the full story at, Sydney Morning Herald, 31/8/2019

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