Fire-Stick Farming is defined as a practice conducted by Indigenous Australians who used fire on a regular basis to burn the land. With the help of this practice the Indigenous Australians managed new grass to grow which fascinated more animals. Fire stick farming unlocked clear areas and more plants were therefore able to grow at ground level. Indigenous Australian therefore continued to live with the help of fire-stick farming. Over the period of time with the use of Fire-Stick Farming Indigenous Australians have completely changed Australia’s ecosystem by developing landscapes to grasslands from forested areas, even though the number of moist rainforest areas have also gone down. Indigenous Australians handled the land for more than 40,000 years with the help of sustainable practices. In other words it can be said that they gave back to the earth what earth gave them.