We have been able to put together an amazing set of webinars for our community that focused on three areas of education. Treading Lightly members and the community joined us online as we asked the questions on everyone’s minds about Composting, Recycling and our Power Consumption options. You can now watch these all back by clicking on each below.
We are proud be offering ‘djamanj djamaga ganj’ a free and informative webinar series about traditional Aboriginal cultural burning, proudly sponsored and brought to you by the National Indigenous Fire Network & Treading Lightly Inc.
Cultural Burning Part 1
We are honoured to be offering ‘djamanj djamaga ganj’ a free and informative webinar series about traditional Aboriginal cultural burning, proudly sponsored and brought to you by the National Indigenous Fire Network & Treading Lightly Inc.
Contributors: Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council; Treading Lightly; National Indigenous Fire Network; South East Local Land Services.
Cultural Burning – Part 2
Our second episode of the 6 part Fire Allance Network series ‘djamanj djamaga ganji, we talk good fire’.
The focus of this episode was around ‘Meet the Local Practitioners’ and we had the privilege of having Andrew White and Dan Morgan lined up to share their knowledge and experience down here on the South Coast on Yuin Country.
Cultural Burning – Part 3
The third webcast was centred round ‘Healing and Recovery’ and we were lucky enough to have Dr Peta Standley who is the training and research manager for Firesticks Alliance join us and share her presentation on why fire is so important for the healing country and ourselves.
Cultural Burning Part 4
The fourth episode in the series was centered around The Role Of Women.
We were so humbled and blessed to receive precious teachings and wise woman knowledge from these inspirational indigenous women, all sharing stories around firesticks, cool burning, soft burning, and the healing powers of women that run deep in their ancestry and deep within their blood.
Cultural Burning Part 5
The fifth episode in the series featured representatives from the National Parks and Wildlife Service, WWF, and the University Of Wollongong.
This episode explored the different initiatives each have been engaged with, and gave hope that cultural burning methods will be rolled out on a large scale in the future. More sharing and connecting people, collaborating towards a common goal!
Cultural Burning Part 6
Welcome to the last episode of our six-part series.
Our guests were, Oliver Costello, co-founder of Firestick Alliance, and Chris Andrew from Black Duck Food to discuss what projects they’re involved with, and how we can turn a single “fire/land management” story into an all-encompassing story to move us into a higher and brighter future.
To collaborate using science, food, and people’s expertise to draw individual stories into one to not only restore health to country but also people’s connection to country and the health of all that inhabit her.
Let’s inspire and be an example for the rest of the world to follow to show what can be achieved when we work as one to take care of all the lands we call home.
Thanks for joining us and being a part of the change!