‘djamanj djamaga ganj’
‘djamanj djamaga ganj’ is a series of free webinars on Aboriginal Cultural Burning and Wild Fire recovery, delivered by Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council, Treading Lightly Inc and the National Indigenous Fire Network and supported by South East Local Land Services. They will be hosting a series of events each Wednesday night from this week at 7pm, covering a range of aspects associated with application of cultural burning in the landscape. They have organised a great variety of experienced practitioners to share their knowledge. Here are links to the event via Facebook or via Eventbrite where you can see what’s on each week for six weeks.
Traditional fire management conducted in Bega Valley and Eurobodalla
Also in the news is a recent local story about Aboriginal Cultural Burning from ABC South East NSW story with a short video by Vanessa Milton (27/9/20) “Traditional fire management conducted in Bega Valley, Eurobodalla — hardest-hit by last season’s bushfires”
Cultural fire: Listening to and caring for Country with fire
From the Threatened Species Recovery Hub comes an article by Oliver Costello from the Firesticks Alliance who explains how the 2019-20 fires demonstrated the need to listen to and care for Country. Read more here.