An “army” of volunteers is expected to be on site at the Cobargo Showground within days as national organisation BlazeAid sets up camp. Volunteer army: Dean Brunton and Andy Welch from BlazeAid “will be here until the last farmer is helped”. Photo: Ben Smyth Primarily known for rebuilding fences following fires and floods, the volunteers also “rebuild lives” camp coordinator Dean Brunton said. Mr Brunton and administration coordinator Andy Welch set up their tent at the back of the Cobargo Showground on Wednesday, January 22, to begin taking registrations from those who needed help. There have been countless kilometres of boundary fencing lost across the Far South Coast in the bushfires. Mr Brunton said he and Mr Welch had around 150 people already register Wednesday morning following a public meeting, although a figure around 1000 was a likely possibility. “Of those 25 are emergency situations, another 10 are ‘health and safety’ urgent like a tree over an entry lane or so on. Mr Brunton said while BlazeAid uses a centralised national pool of donated funds, it will definitely have a focus on supporting local communities like ...