Come along to one or both of these two upcoming Talking Fire events:
Building community capacity & confidence: Thursday 29 November – 7.30-9.15pm, Newstead Community Centre
Changing how we think about and manage fire in our local landscape means reflecting on our concerns, our capacities and our confidence in current practices and in any proposed changes. What might reviving Indigenous burning practices mean for example? Join us for a presentation on the value of community dialogue to foster shared knowledge and responsibility. All welcome. Free – gold coin donation appreciated!
Reviving Indigenous burning practices: Community Search Conference: Friday 30 November 9am-5pm, Newstead Community Centre
Join expert panellists at our Community Search Conference for a chance to explore how we might connect Indigenous fire traditions with current approaches to fuel reduction and planned burns to shape new ways to protect our landscape and communities. All welcome. The Community Search Conference is free but please book by Friday 23 November.
Bookings: for the Community Search Conference, email your name, organisation (if applicable), contact phone number and the number of people to Talking Fire. For more information: Talkingfire.org or Talking Fire on Facebook.
This project is supported by the Mount Alexander Shire Council Community Grants Program.