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Land and Sea Country Project

A land and sea country plan that deals with  natural resources and Aboriginal cultural heritage at a landscape level provides employment for a coordinator and for Aboriginal people as Land and Sea Country Rangers

This overlaps with the Bundian Way project to provide a number of key opportunities for Aboriginal involvement in natural resource and cultural heritage management as well as tourism across the region, including:


Land and Sea Ranger Program

o Work across land and waters in region [fire, site protection, rehabilitation, eradication, marine debris collection]

o Interagency working group to provide ongoing work and training

o Coordinator / trainee coordinator

Cultural maintenance opportunities

o Cultural camping

o Basket weaving

o Spear marking

o Canoe building

o Oral history collection

Enterprise development

o Fisheries wild resource collection, aquaculture.

o Eco tourism walking, talking, camping.

Use of Aboriginal Owned Lands

o Development of Plans of Management

o Undertaken NRM / CH management


o Local government

o State government

o ANU case study research relating to the social benefits of Aboriginal participation in NRM and associated capacity levels.

o NGO Environmental groups

Capacity building

o Human resources [NRM co ordinator / trainee]

o Baseline training [project management, drivers licence, first aid]

o Bridging / bonding network development

Bundian Way

o Training multi-skilled Bundian Way Rangers

o Developing a broad range of tourism products




   Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council  2012

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Last modified: December 14, 2012