As the days pass, the villagers begin to realize that the fish are not going to last forever. They start to worry about what they will do when the fish are gone, and they have no other source of food or income. Some of them start to talk about moving away from the village in search of better opportunities.
However, one of the villagers, a young girl named Mai, comes up with an idea. She suggests that they start digging wells to access the underground water supply. At first, the idea seems crazy, but as they think about it more, they realize that it might just work. They pool their resources and start digging, and after many weeks of hard work, they hit water.
The well provides a steady source of water for the village, and they use it to irrigate their crops, provide drinking water, and even feed their livestock. Over time, the village becomes more self-sufficient, and they no longer have to rely solely on the river for their survival.
The fishing event becomes an annual tradition, but it is no longer the only thing that sustains the village. They have learned to adapt to their environment and find new ways to thrive, even in the face of adversity. The villagers come to realize that they are not powerless in the face of climate change, and that they can take action to protect their community and their environment.