On February 5th at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall the Firesticks Alliance will be hosting GOOD FIRE FOR COUNTRY, an evening of short films and discussion on Indigenous Cultural Fire and ecological management. We are creating an opportunity for the public to learn more about the work we do, the benefits of reinstating cultural burning on Country and how by supporting this, we can protect and enhance landscapes and communities for the long term.

 A panel of guest speakers have been invited to discuss these topics and take questions from the audience it will be hosted by Leeton Lee (Bundjalung and Thunghutti). Speakers include: Firesticks CEO Oliver Costello(Bundjalung), Firesticks Director Sian Hromek (Yuin), ranger Norman Graham (Arakwal) and fire ecologist Andy Baker (local). Short films to be announced. Opening ceremony by Bunyarra Culture Collective. Catering by Rider, Northern Rivers Co-op.

Date: Wednesday 5th February 2020

Venue: Mullumbimby Civic Hall, 55 Dalley Street, Mullumbimby

Time: 6-9 pm (food available for purchase from 5:30)

Tickets: $10 from search: FIRESTICKS: GOOD FIRE FOR COUNTRY (there will be limited tickets available at the door)

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