The Sir Ivan fire might seem like a distant memory to some but for others the disaster that swept across the Warrumbungle Shire in February is still very real.
“We have worked non-stop since the fire to support those affected and we envisage this will continue for many months, if not for at least the next couple of years."
"I would urge other businesses to assist in helping them."
BlazeAid volunteers have installed 85 kilometres of fencing, and the project continues.
Six weeks after the Sir Ivan fire tore through the Warrumbungle Shire donations continue to flow in.
It is now a month since the Sir Ivan fire which destroyed 55,000 hectares of land east of Dunedoo.
Team members from Professionals Mudgee volunteered their time last week to help out with the recovery of the Sir Ivan Fire that has devastated over 54,000ha of land and they’re challenging others to do the same.
Great news after nearly a month of fighting the Sir Ivan fire.
The increasing need for fencing material is becoming more urgent as BlazeAid volunteers continue stripping out old fence lines destroyed by the Sir Ivan Fire.
“BlazeAid work on the principle of mates helping mates, just ordinary Aussies out there helping ordinary Aussies.”
BlazeAid volunteers help with more than just fencing, according to coordinator Laurie Dawson.
The Bathurst community is rallying behind farmers in bushfire-ravaged areas