'The bush is our living culture' - Working with the Wiradjuri community on bushfire recovery
Following the black summer bushfires, we are working with the local Wiradjuri community around Tumut to support people to work on Country and helping the land heal from the impacts of fire.
Together we are building on local knowledge with a series of training programs for seed collection, cultural site identification, replanting programs, monitoring and cultural burning.
We're are working to have a shared sense of belonging and connection to the land. This project has been supported by the Australian Government's Bushfire Recovery Program for Wildlife and their habitat.
Plains-wanderer art exhibition
NRM NEWS - FEBRUARY 2021 - SIGNIFICANT SPECIESBy Shanna RogersSenior Land Services Officer - Plains-wanderer pr...
Recovery following bushfire may be a long process. There are various activities land managers can do to assist in th...