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Indigenous fire methods protect land before and after the Tathra bushfire

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  • Dipublikasikan tanggal 2 Nov 2018
  • On a hot, dry day in March 2018, 20 separate wildfires ignited across the Bega Valley in New South Wales.
    One fire that began at Reedy Swamp north of the town of Bega tore through close to 1,000 hectares before reaching the beachside township of Tathra.
    Six months on, a forest of bare, blackened trees frames the town, where more than 100 homes were destroyed or damaged.
    But on a small patch of bushland on the south-western edge of Tathra, a patch of green shows where the fire came to a halt.
    Read the full story: www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-18/indigenous-burning-before-and-after-tathra-bushfire/10258140
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