Synopsis by Alice Day
From the time of the early Aborigine tribes, setting the land on fire has been an approved method of regeneration for plant life. How this knowledge evolved is not clear, but early man recognized the value of burning, and employed it to his advantage. Unique Continent - Australian Environmental Studies: The Burning Bush discusses the history of burning, present practices, and what the future might hold in land management techniques. This series gives students a better understanding of the environmental challenges facing the inhabitants of Australia.