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Two Aboriginal land uses we could learn from

13 Apr 2021 12:27 PM | Anonymous

 Cool burns: http://www.watarrkafoundation.org.au/blog/a boriginal-fire-management-what-is-coolburning: The practice involves lighting low fires in small areas on foot, with matches or, traditionally, with fire sticks. These fires are closely monitored, ensuring that only the underbrush is burnt. Cool Burns not only clear areas of land, they also ensure that seeds and nutrients in the soil are not baked and destroyed. The site explains that there are many environmental and cultural benefits to using Cool Burns for the management of the land.

Water Wisdom: Fresh water systems are fundamental to Australia’s first people who have nurtured a deep understanding of water. This series shares this knowledge through the voice of Aboriginal communities: See: https://www.abc.net.au/tveducation/program s/water-wisdom/12998608

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