Cultural Burning Walk & Talk

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(Image: Cool fire - patrula nayri - Jason Andrew Smith)


Join us for a 2 hour Cultural Burning Walk & Talk with Jason Andrew Smith. 

What to expect: The Walk & Talk will start with a Welcome to Country, followed by valuable insights on how to care for country with traditional knowledge. We will also get to see evidence of how regular cool burning is used to keep country healthy. Landcare Tasmania will provide a cuppa and a light lunch, with plenty of time left for questions and mingling.

Price: Free of charge, however registration is mandatory. We are expecting this event to fill up quickly!

Jason, palawa man, is a cultural burning educator and fire practitioner in the Huon Valley. He runs patrula nayri (fire good) workshops teaching landholders how to manage their property with traditional burning practices and is passionate about passing on oral traditional knowledge. Keep an eye on the patrula nayri (fire good) Facebook page for more free cultural burning workshops in south-east Tasmania.

Landcare Tasmania acknowledges and pays respect to the Tasmanian Aboriginal people as the traditional and original owners, and continuing custodians of this land on which we live today. We acknowledge Elders – past and present. This workshop is a part of Landcare Tasmania's Landscape Restoration and Community Outreach programs, and is funded by the State Government's Landcare Action Grants Round 6.


April 15, 2023 at 9:45am - 1pm
Private Property
Cradoc, TAS 7109
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Lily Fraser · · (03) 6234 7117
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