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Dhungala National Indigenous Fire Workshop, 4-7 June 2019, On Yorta Yorta Woka (Yorta Yorta Country) on Dhungala (Murray River) The National Indigenous Fire Workshop is a celebration of cultural fire knowledge and practice. This year’s event will be co-hosted by the Yorta Yorta people and held along the Dhungala (Murray River)at Barmah National Park, Barmah VIC from 4th to 7th…Find out more »
Join Wurundjeri Elder Uncle Dave Wandin to learn about how traditional indigenous fire practices are being reintroduced into contemporary land management for the healing of Culture and Country through partnerships with Nillumbik Shire Council and the Christmas Hills Landcare Network. Traditional burning generally results in a cool, gentle, creeping fire that is allowed to take a natural path through the…Find out more »
Deakin Science and Society Network presents: Present and Future Directions for Cultural Fire A panel of practitioners and researchers discuss the present and future of cultural fire in southeast Australia. Abstract: Aboriginal communities, land and fire management agencies and researchers across the humanities and sciences often agree that greater engagement and partnership with Aboriginal peoples is not just the right…Find out more »