Backpackers stranded by Coronavirus help BlazeAid rebuild bushfire-ravaged farms and communities

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, BlazeAid has offered food and board to backpackers in return for fencing work. The stranded backpackers assist in rebuilding fire-ravaged areas. 

The influx of labour has been “massively important” during the crisis, with over 2,000 backpackers taking part to assist struggling communities since March. BlazeAid is currently working on more than 20 sites across New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. 

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