Fires of Spring by H.T. Lewis
A Study Detailing Indigenous Burning in Northern Alberta, Canada
Fires of Spring reveals traditional ways in which Indigenous people have been living with fire for thousands of years in Canada.
“They used to burn places where they think it was very useful. For instance, the places where the horses used to winter, in order to have plenty of good feed for them, and grass. And then…around lakes where there’s muskrats, so…
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