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Kimberley

Karajarri Rangers
The Karajarri Rangers look after more than 2 million hectares of land and sea country south of Broome. The Rangers protect Karajarri Country against...
Uunguu Rangers
The Uunguu Rangers are based in Kalumburu, in the Far North Kimberley - arguably the most remote Aboriginal Community in Australia. As rangers, they...
 
Kowanyama was Australia's pioneering Aboriginal land management Office established in 1990.  Kowanyama employs 17 staff - the majority being from...
 
We are the Wunggurr Rangers and we are based along the world-renowned Gibb River Road. We look after 60,150sqkm of land in the heart of the Kimberley...
Bardi Jawi Rangers Group Photo
The Bardi Jawi Rangers are based at One Arm Point, on the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley Region. The aim of the Ranger Service, established in...
The National Water Initiative (2004) builds on the framework developed by the Council of Australian Governments(COAG) national water reform (1994)...
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Always part of us
  “Always part of us”: The socioeconomics of Indigenous customary use and management of dugong and marine turtles—a view from Bardi and Jawi sea country, Western Australia Purpose and background...
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Bardi Jawi Head Ranger Kevin George talks about the Saltwater People Network Planning Forum 2010 “I guess for me it’s good to talk about the...
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Our Youth Leadership Program aims to secure futures for young Indigenous men and women in north Australia by supporting careers and advancement in land and sea management.

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8th of Jul, 2010 to 14th of Jul, 2010
View Water Facilitator Sonia Leonard summarise the       More stories from the Workshop: Miriwoong people from the eastern Kimberley recently,...

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