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Sep 6, 2016
The 2016 Indigenous Fire Workshop was a huge success with over 130 people from across Australia attending.Click here for ABC Far North's online coverage of the workshop.NewsType: CorporateImage: Release date: 06 Sep 2016Program area: F…
Aug 1, 2016
The Board of Directors and Staff of Cape York Natural Resource Management express their deep sorrow for the loss of Dr Tommy George.Our deepest condolences are with his family at this time.Cape York NRM feels this loss deeply, knowing that Cape York has l…
Nov 16, 2015
ABC Rural reports that "Twenty-one graziers in the Cape York region of far north Queensland have secured $36 million, to conduct savannah burning projects, with the money coming just in time to pay down debts and prevent the hottest savannah fires".  Chec…

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2016 Indigenous Fire Workshop

Aug 22, 2016

Mulong, Kuku Yalanji Elders, Jabalbina Aboriginal corporation, Jabalbina rangers, the local community and Cape York NRM are currently planning the workshop agenda.

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The workshop changed my outlook on fires. I now know the difference between a cold burn and a hot burn. What’s good for the Country and what’s not good for Country.
Phillip Minniecon : Jabalbina rangers
An excellent way of getting everybody from all over the country, together in the one spot, all talking about, thinking about and learning about cultural burning. I’m sure what we put into practice back on our own country will make the old fellas smile
Andy McQuie : Office of Environment and Heritage, NSW
The workshop changed my outlook on fires. I now know the difference between a cold burn and a hot burn. What’s good for the Country and what’s not good for Country.
Phillip Minniecon : Jabalbina rangers