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Drilling down into contemporary landscape and cultural heritage issues including the exploration of their historical context. The latter often explains how we arrived at the place we are culturally and environmentally. Unpacking their stories and digging below the surface can provide clues as to where we might head in the future.
The first essay posted is on Aboriginal standing stones. They once were everywhere, yet we know next to nothing about their meaning and purpose. So little that a bunch of Celts and their faux Stonehenge-style circle has appropriated the history of Australian standing stones.
An essay by Gib on Indigenous cultural burning as an alternative environmental approach to large scale 'hazard' reduction burning acts as the February 2020 lead to Steve Murphy's Recreating the Country blog.
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