Government funds Indigenous-led bushfire management programs, is it enough?
After the Federal Government announcement of $2 million for Indigenous fire and land management workshops grants, Millie Spencer spoke to Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe about what this announcement means for the Indigenous community.
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Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe
Category: Audio, Audio, Internal News, Interview, News, News and Commentary, Politics
Topics: Community, Environment, News
Tags: Aboriginal, burning, bushfire, caretaking, Country, cultural, environment, federal, fire, first, government, grants, Indigenous, land, management, Millie Spencer, naidoc, nations, season, summer, Workshops
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