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Indigenous Food: Fire-stick farming

Senior School topic guide supporting the Australian Curriculum Cross Curriculum priority of Indigenous Understanding

Source: Black, S. (2020). 

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Indigenous Food | Firestick farming: Articles

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Indigenous Food | Firestick farming: Videos

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Indigenous fire practitioner Victor Steffensen wants to see a change in the way Australians manage the land. Learning from and with Elders across the country, Victor runs workshops around Indigenous fire practices. (ABC The Drum, 2019)

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In text reference / citation: ABC The Drum (2019) or (ABC The Drum, 2019)
Bibliography / Reference list: ABC The Drum (2019). Three things I know about fire management, [eVideo]. https://youtu.be/KZ_En7x8tzU

For centuries, traditional land management practices in Northern Australia have included burning the landscape to replenish the land and reduce the chance of devastating wildfire. (The Nature Conservancy, 2012) Note: This video makes mention of an Austalian carbon tax. This tax was in effect between 8 November 2011 and 17 July 2014

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In text reference / citation: The Nature Conservancy (2012) or (The Nature Conservancy, 2012)
Bibliography / Reference list: The Nature Conservancy (2012). Science, Fire and People in Fish River Station, Australia, [eVideo]. https://youtu.be/Zn743eFM5XU

How the indigenous Australians used fire to change their environment. (Khan Academy, 2011)

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In text reference / citation: Khan Academy (2011) or (Khan Academy, 2011)
Bibliography / Reference list: Khan Academy (2011). Firestick farming | Life on earth and in the universe | Khan Academy, [eVideo]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/mwUyaeWxJhA

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