Traditional Fire Management Workshop – Donnybrook
May 29 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Come along for a talk with Wadandi/Pibulmun Cultural Custodian Iszaac (Waalitj) Webb to learn how local Aboriginal people traditionally used fire to manage bushland, including timing, frequency, intensity, what and where to burn and not to burn.
Saturday 29 May, Argyle (near Donnybrook)
9.00am to 12.00pm.
Please ensure on the day you wear suitable clothing for being in the bush (long sleeves/pants, hard shoes, hat) and please also bring along some water, suncream and a foldup/camping chair if possible. Below is an agenda for the day:
|9.00am||Welcome, logistics, introductions||Derani Sullivan||5 mins|
|9.05am||Discussions on fire management||Undalup Association||1.5 hours|
|10.30am||Light morning tea provided||15 min|
|10.45am||Watch a traditional burn take place||Undalup Association||1 hour 15 mins|
|12.00pm||CLOSE and Event Evaluation forms||Derani Sullivan|
To purchase tickets, click here.Tags: Fire management Traditional Ecological Knowledge