Rangers from Ngulingah are participating in Firesticks training activities and workshops. Through attending Firesticks workshops the rangers are considering implementing strategic burns across their properties to assist with both weed suppression and protection of key cultural sites. The Bundjalung people are the original custodians of the northern coastal areas of NSW and this area continues […]
Funded by the Australian Government’s Clean Energy Future Biodiversity Fund under the Firesticks Project and the NSW Rural Fire Service Bushfire Resilience for Aboriginal Communities (BRAC) program, Aboriginal land managers from across Northern NSW met at the Yarrawarra Cultural Centre to participate in fire fighting training whilst increasing the awareness of the cultural significance of burning practices and values.
This project is a partnership between land owner (Ngulingah Local Aboriginal Land Council), land manager (Dorrabee Grassland Trust) and the Nature Conservation Council of NSW through the Firesticks Project.
This contract enabled the Nimbin Rocks Rangers and the Dorrabee Grassland Trust to build up a relationship to work this site under one management plan to restore the […]