Fire money: how Indigenous land management is transforming Arnhem Land

Strategic burning combines modern technology with traditional Aboriginal knowledge – and generates income through carbon creditsRead more of our Modern Outback series hereSign up for email notifications from our Modern Outback seriesThe rains have finished in Arnhem Land. The humid, tropical air is cooling and the prevailing wind has swung to the north-east.In the Kunwinjku calendar of western Arnhem Land, it is almost Yekke, the transition from the wet to dry season, a pleasant time after months of torrential rain in a good year, or overwhelming heat in a bad year. All six Kunwinjku seasons have their highlights but Yekke… Source – Full Article

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