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Co-design in fire management

As we have come to learn season upon season, managing fire is a place where Western approaches and traditional Aboriginal fire knowledge can co-exist. In this resource students will combine technologies to map ways to effectively manage fire.

Subject:

Technologies

Year level:

Level 5, Level 6

A photograph of a burnt patch of bush with some patches of fire still visible and lots of ash and burnt materials.

Afterburn. Mornington Island, Lardil country. Photographer: Joe Sambono. Source: Ngarrngga. © Joe Sambono 2023. Used with permission

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