The Review of Fire Management in the Kimberley and Other Rangeland Regions of Western Australia was undertaken in 2005 and 2006 by Western Australia's Environmental Protection Agency.
Click here for a document that describes the review process (PDF file 687 kB).
Click here for a document that summarises fire issues in these regions, from a summary of public submissions (PDF file 2.6 MB).
Landholders are reducing the chemicals entering the Kimberley waterways by addressing:
One of the pastoral industry's worst weeds Acacia nilotica (prickly acacia), has been found in the Kimberley near the Northern Territory border.
This project investigated traditional and contemporary landscape burning regimes in the north Kimberley region. It was based on the remote community of Kalumburu and involved areas under claim by Balanggarra and Wunumbal-Gaambera native titleholders.
The project included: