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Cultural burns in New England becoming more common as government agencies get on board

Mark Kriedemann
By Mark Kriedemann
August 4 2022 - 8:30am
Dry scrub is set alight in a cultural burn at Walhollow. Picture by Michelle McKemey

Cultural burns are booming across the region with multiple agencies getting on board to support Indigenous burn practitioners.

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Mark Kriedemann

Mark Kriedemann

Journalist

I take a particular interest in industry, environment, science, and technology subjects. Besides studies in media, my tertiary education covers genetics, as well as International Relations. I therefore strive to draw links between these varying disciplines to give a comprehensive analysis of developments in industry, agriculture, and the associated politics.

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