These are great questions, we’ll reach out to Dawul Wuru to get some insights and will let you know once we hear back from them. I’d just like to clarify your final question – are you asking about the financial cost a burn takes? Or are you able to clarify what you meant with that one.
I appreciate your patience while we wait for Dawul Wuru to get in touch, in the meantime if you haven’t already, I recommend taking a look at the Yirrganydji Cultural Fire Workshops videos which can be found in the Resources section, they give a good introduction to the cultural burning practice and introduce some of the stakeholders involved in that process.
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