The Hawkesbury Gazette published a very good account of the community debrief conducted by VFFA Vice President Brian Williams and the Kurrajong Heights Brigade at the fire shed on 14th March just before the Covid restrictions came into force.

It explained how the brigade’s approach to hazard reduction had saved the community. The brigade uses a mosaic approach where the surrounds are divided into 18 blocks, each being burnt on a 12 year cycle.

The full story can be read here.

The Report to the Community which was presented in full at the meeting can be downloaded on this link.

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