Fenner in the News - ANU project aiming to 'give the Murray a voice'
The Murray Darling is central to Australia's economic health and is a key part of the country's Indigenous and settler culture. But years of drought and mismanagement has left the river system, and the communities that rely on it, in crisis.
Now an ANU project wants to connect Australians with the Murray-Darling and shed light on the waterways' health by capturing its sights and sounds.
Listen to the interview with Xavier Anderson, honours student in environmental science, at the Radio National Website.