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Cultural Fire Credits Auction

Invest in the first ever Cultural Fire Credit before trading opens to the market

Cultural Fire Credits is an initiative by the Firesticks Alliance and the Aboriginal Carbon Foundation supporting Indigenous-led projects and providing pathways for Aboriginal communities to utilise traditional land management practices to heal, protect and manage Country.

From governance through to generation in the marketplace and verification, Cultural Fire Credits are Aboriginal owned. This ensures Indigenous-led and implemented projects that engage the wider community and deliver equitable benefits and outcomes for corporations, agencies, organisations, educational and research institutions, and individuals.

The Cultural Fire Credit will be launched at an event for Community and Investors on 30 June 2022 at Bonye Biar Bush University, Bunya Mountains, QLD. At this event, investors will have the chance to bid on the first ever Cultural Fire Credit before it is open to the market.

How the live auction will run

The auction will open at 11:30am AEST on 30 June 2022. Bidding will begin at $1,000. The sale will be completed when the auctioneer announces the highest bidder. All bidders are required to register for the auction to ensure that they are authorised to bid on behalf of their organisation.

For phone and silent bidders: Please complete the auction registration form by Thursday 23 June 2022.

For live bidders: You are welcome to complete the auction registration form prior to the event or upon arrival at the launch on Thursday 30 June.

Securing the future of Indigenous-led fire knowledge systems across Australia

  • How to place a live bid. – If you are attending the event in person, we encourage you to come prepared to compete with your fellow event guests and secure the highest bid during the auction.
  • How to place a bid by phone – If you are unable to attend the event in person but would like to bid during the auction of the first Cultural Fire Credit, we are offering the opportunity to participate by phone. You will need to be available to receive a call between 11:15am – 12noon on Thursday June 30. You will be assigned a Firesticks or Aboriginal Carbon Foundation staff member who will call your nominated phone number at 11:15am on Thursday 30 June and convey your bids as the auction progresses.
  • How to place a silent bid – If you are unavailable at the time of the auction but would still like to place a bid, then please complete the auction registration form with your bid amount and this will be conveyed to the auctioneer when bidding reaches the value of your offer. Please note that if you choose this option and bidding exceeds your specified amount, you will not have the opportunity to place an additional bid.
  • Winning bid – Our first largest buyer of Cultural Fire Credits will receive a personalised certificate and beautiful award to celebrate their support of Indigenous-led Cultural Fire practice. Further terms and conditions related to the payment of the winning bid can be found in the auction registration form.

We thank you for your commitment to securing the future of Indigenous-led fire knowledge systems across Australia.

Download a copy of the Firesticks Alliance Media Release here. For more information or to arrange interviews, please contact: Lisa McMurray, AbCF Learning & Program Development Manager. Mobile 0438 221 723 or


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