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Call for Indigenous burning program used on remote cattle station to be adopted elsewhere

A not-for-profit land management group in outback Queensland is calling for an Indigenous burning program it runs to be adopted in other parts of the country.

The Southern Gulf Natural Resource Management Group (NRM) started the program to conserve the endangered Carpentarian grasswren, which lives in old tussocks of spinifex grass.

  • Eric Barker
  • ABC News

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