The Arafura Swamp Rangers have a vision to keep country healthy. But how do we know we are doing a good job and working in the right way?
Learning on Country (LoC) is based at Ramingining School and links curriculum subjects with field-based experiential learning and data collection.
Climate change is a huge problem for the future. We worry about how this is changing the rhythm of our seasons.
Water buffalo, wild cattle, pigs, horses, donkeys, cats, and cane toads are all threats in the Arafura Swamp region.
Weeds do not belong to our country and they are a huge problem for our plants and animals. Weed management is now and forever.
Fire is our most powerful tool for land management. We are bringing back our traditional fire management but in a new way to look after our country and the world.
Ranger groups look after country for which they have traditional responsibility but work cooperatively to plan management activities.
The IPA will be part of an Australia-wide network where Traditional Owners work on country to protect biodiversity and conserve cultural resources.