Broadscale Hazard Reduction – articles

A hazard reduction burn in remote wilderness of the Grose Wald within the Blue Mountain World Heritage Area
Deliberately lit by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service 20120828, in case the forest burnt some time in the future.
The prescribed burn got out of control two days later as the forecast winds picked up and it became a wild bushfire anyway, threatening the township of Bowen Mountain.
Blue Mountains World Heritage is being managed by bushphobic arsonists who are driving regional fauna extinctions.

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22.  >20130516    Grose Valley Fires 2006 – preparation contributed

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21.  >20130511    National Parks playing with matches again

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20.  >20130305    Blue Gum Forest – in 2006 Parks let it burn

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19.   >20120818    Six Foot Track heritage bulldozed

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18.  >20120707    2006 Grose Fires: the realisation of a tragedy

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17.  >20120330    Rural Fire Service strategy misguided

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16.  >20120316    Grose Fires 2006 – forum actions ignored

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15.  >20120313    ‘Hazard Reduction’ premise at risk

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14.  >20120118    2006 Grose Valley Fires – any lessons learnt?

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13.  >20120106    Media reporting a causal link to arsonist arousal

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12.  >20111220    Blue Gum Forest still not valued by RFS.

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11.  >20110528    Bushland housing driving BM deforestation

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10.  >20110521    Blue Mountains copping ‘government-arson’

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9.  >20110128    Forest habitat or fuel hazard?

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8.  > 20101221    Slow to Bushfire Ignitions

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7.  >20101220    Debate on ‘hazard reduction’

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6.  > 20101220    RFS bulldozes Six Foot Track

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5.  >20101217    2006 Grose Valley Fire – a cover up?

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4.  >20100908    2006 Grose Fire – Log of Media Releases

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3.  >20100906    2006 Grose Valley Fires…dodgy report

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2.  >20100820    Bushfire Reform 01: Fire Event Logging

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1.  >20100512    National Parks burning biodiversity

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NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service deliberately setting fire to remote bushland in the Cedar Valley, many kilometres from human settlement in the heart of the Blue Mountain World Heritage Area
The mentality:  “this wilderness area hasn’t been burned for many years, so let’s burn it, in case it burns!”
[Source: ‘Blue Mountains burn in the name of fuel management’, Allthingswritten.com.au,  ^http://www.allthingswritten.com.au/site/index.php/blog/country/blue-mountains-burn-in-the-name-of-fuel-management/]

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