Fire a valuable friend in Indigenous burning

By Shana Morgan
Updated December 7 2015 - 9:07pm, first published 12:43pm
COLLABORATION: Brendon Kennedy of North East CMA, Kiewa catchment Landcare president Peter Serpell, and Baranduda property owner Bridget Doyle celebrate their fire safety award. Picture: MARK JESSER
COLLABORATION: Brendon Kennedy of North East CMA, Kiewa catchment Landcare president Peter Serpell, and Baranduda property owner Bridget Doyle celebrate their fire safety award. Picture: MARK JESSER

Indigenous Australians were onto something when they conducted slow-moving burns to protect and invigorate the land.

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