Manyana Matters’ survey show continuing bushfire trauma

07 December 2020

One year on from the start of the devastating Currowan Mega-Fire, residents and visitors to the villages of Manyana, Bendalong, North Bendalong, Cunjurong Point and Berringer Lake are still experiencing trauma caused by the events of last summer.

This conclusion came from a landmark survey conducted by Manyana Matters Environmental Association (MMEA) with funding from the Australian Mutuals Foundation and Business Council of Cooperatives and Mutuals.

Continue reading: Manyana Matters’ survey show continuing bushfire trauma, Milton Ulladulla Times, 3 December 2020

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