Hotspots Fire Project

Managing fire on your property and across the landscape

The Hotspots Fire Project enables landholders and public land managers to work together to reduce bush fire risk across the landscape, whilst maintaining and improving biodiversity and protecting Cultural Heritage.

FREE two-day workshop

For landholders in the Nana Glen Area

In conjunction with Coffs Harbour City Council

Orara Valley Hotspots Fire Project workshop series

Discuss risk management, fire ecology, recovery and regeneration Understand how your neighbours and other land management agencies manage fire

Receive a large aerial photo of your property to develop your own Fire Management Plan Participate in field-based exercises and observe a demonstration burn

When: Workshop 1 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, 8 May 2021

Workshop 2 – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, 22 May 2021

Where: Meet at the Nana Glen Hall, 26 Grafton Street, Nana Glen

For more information and to register contact Jamie Bertram, NSW Rural Fire Service on 0408 839 523.

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