Gugin Gudduba LALC lands are approximately 150 hectares and adjoins freehold lands that provide connections to Nightcap and Border Ranges World Heritage Areas and include the distinctive “Helmet” landform which is home of the endangered Eastern Bristle Bird. This area supports highly productive rainforest ecosystems and shrubby and grassy wet sclerophyll forests. Gudgin Gudduba LALC […]
The 9th Biennial NCCNSW Bushfire Conference proceedings can be accessed through the following links:
Cultural Burning – Diversity of Fire.
Recovery or Transformation? The Ecosystem Property of Resilience May be a Useful Mechanism for Both.
The 5th joint meeting of the Ecological Societies of New Zealand and Australia, in Auckland, New Zealand, November 2013.
Oliver Costello, Firesticks Coordinator took part in a moving opening welcome by the local Maori hapu (sub-tribe) Ngati Whatua Orakei. Oliver, one of the stolen generations of the Bundjalung people presented a traditional message stick, conveying the […]
A nine minute video that demonstrates the history and values of Firesticks.
Oliver Costello (Firesticks Coordinator) and Tein MacDonald (Minyumai IPA) presented at the 9th Biennial NCCNSW Bushfire Conference which examined the importance of holistic fire management in increasing the resilience of our landscapes and communities in a changing climate.
The conference introduced the concept of socio-ecological resilience, which focused on the interrelationship between people and the environment […]