Fire & Land Management

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FISH has been working with Aboriginal elders since 2018 to promote the use of traditional mosaic cool burns to care for Country in the Kimberley and Southwest WA.

FISH encourages local and state Governments and volunteer fire & emergency services to really listen and learn from Aboriginal environmental knowledge: this wisdom in how to care for Country and protect people has been formed over thousands of years and handed down over hundreds of generations.

Mosaic cool burns use cultural burning techniques to assist with fire risk management, and protect and enhance ecosystems, habitats and biodiversity. Drip torches are made from the fronds of the balga (grass) tree and branches of the peppermint tree are used to control flare-ups.

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