Published on 13th Nov 2019.

Indigenous fire practitioner Victor Steffensen wants to see a change in the way Australians manage the land.

Learning from and with Elders across the country, Victor runs workshops around Indigenous fire practices.

He spoke to reporter Stephanie Boltje before the bushfires broke out in Queensland and New South Wales.

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