For over 60,000 years, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have actively managed their lands and waters. Indigenous land and water management projects across Australia deliver jobs, while also preserving Australia’s unique natural and cultural resources and building economic capacity in communities.
The work done by organisations hosting Indigenous ranger groups and Indigenous Protected Areas protects a diverse range of land and water country, and provides real skills and employment opportunities in remote and rural areas. You can find a short description of each project on the interactive project map.
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