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Colonists upended Aboriginal farming, growing grain and running sheep on rich yamfields, and cattle on arid grainlands

By Bill Gammage, Emeritus Professor, Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University
Newcomers in Australia found and took rich pastures made by Aboriginal fire. Without fire, pastures would revert to forest or scrub.The Conversation

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