Wudinna Area School students share insights on dry weather

Katie Jackson
May 18 2024 - 6:39am
Wudinna Area School students Nahla, Beau, Lacy, Arli and Della, all 5, show off their best dance moves ahead of next week's rain dance, organised by ABC Eyre Peninsula presenter Emma Pedler. The farm kids all agreed their parents would be happy once it finally rained. Pictures by Katie Jackson
Wudinna Area School students Nahla, Beau, Lacy, Arli and Della, all 5, show off their best dance moves ahead of next week's rain dance, organised by ABC Eyre Peninsula presenter Emma Pedler. The farm kids all agreed their parents would be happy once it finally rained. Pictures by Katie Jackson

With no rain in sight, some farmers are turning to creative ways to encourage a big wet, with many looking to the art of dance.

Katie Jackson

Katie Jackson

Journalist

Journalist at Stock Journal. Born into a journo family in the state's South East, Katie made the move to the big smoke to join the team in early 2022 after seven years spent at various mastheads in the regions.

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