The Rangelands NRM Fire Management page, which includes a link to 'Guiding Principles for fire management in the WA rangelands'. This resource, developed by the Rangelands Fire Leadership Group for fire management in the WA rangelands, outlines guiding principles and critical knowledge gaps for fire management in each of the WA rangelands regions.
Trailer by Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa Martu Cultural Knowledge Program on fire management to look after the land. Full length video athttps://youtu.be/nKLD9LrySeU
This film has been produced as part of the Rangelands NRM's Traditional and Contemporary Fire Project and reveals the Martu perspectives of fire and how they use fire to look after their families and keep their country alive and productive. The work is enabling both cultures to learn from each other and work together to keep the country alive and thriving and keep Martu culture alive.
An overview from the inaugural WA Fire Forum, held by Rangelands NRM in Feb 2014, with key notes from presentations, interviews with speakers, and summary discussions.
This brochure outlines the work that the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service undertakes to manage fire in Queensland's parks and reserves. (2013)
This case study outlines the steps taken by Torres Strait rangers to develop and implement fire management plans. The burning programs incorporate traditional ecological management practices. (2013)
A comprehensive set of guidelines to assist with planned burning in the Cape York Peninsula bioregion. The guidelines consider fire issues for each vegetation type within the bioregion. (PDF 16 MB) (Queensland Government, 2012)
This page discusses the historical use of fire in the Alinytjara Wilurara region and outlines the current fire management strategy developed by the NRM group.
This article reports on the fire management taking place in the Fortescue River catchment.
A comprehensive set of guidelines to assist with planned burning in the Northwest Highlands bioregion. The guidelines consider fire issues for each vegetation type within the bioregion. (PDF 4.2 MB) (Queensland Government, 2012)