Aboriginal Participation

Welcome to the country of the Yamaji and Noongar peoples.

For thousands of years the Yamatji and Noongar Aboriginal peoples have been gathering knowledge of the environment across the Northern Agricultural Region (NAR).

Their traditional ecological knowledge is proving extremely valuable in enhancing the ways we care for our environment.

The NACC team recognises the unique understandings and management skills Aboriginal peoples have in supporting our natural resources.

NACC is working alongside traditional landowners to encourage the reinvigoration and use of traditional knowledge to improve conservation outcomes and protect cultural heritage.

By involving Aboriginal people in Natural Resource Management (NRM), NACC is improving the biodiversity of NAR ecosystems, and also strengthening social and economic outcomes across the region.

Through infusing traditional ecology and modern scientific knowledge NACC is working towards taking the best steps forward in supporting our environment and traditional owners.

Photo: Sarah Samulkiewicz-Taylor Rock Art in Willi Gulli

Bianca McNeair
Aboriginal Program Coordinator
08 9938 0129
0447 582 922
Greg Burrows
Aboriginal Participation Project Manager
08 9938 0109
0429 384 698
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Midwest Aboriginal Ranger Program
Midwest Aboriginal Ranger Program
Yamatji Site Management
Yamatji Site Management
Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Capacity Building for Indigenous Prison Inmates
Capacity Building for Indigenous Prison Inmates
“Dreamtime” by Amangu Artist Wayne Ronan
“Dreamtime” by Amangu Artist Wayne Ronan
Inland to Ocean – School Package
Inland to Ocean – School Package
prison
Thinking outside the box

Participants in NACC’s Capacity Building for Indigenous Prison Inmates program were recently involved in an innovative African Boxthorn removal trial project aimed at comparing different foliar spray applications that have been developed specifically to target the noxious Boxthorn weed.

There are no upcoming events at this time.

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Quandong Walk Trail
Quandong Walk Trail
Reconciliation Action Plan, ‘Reflect’
Reconciliation Action Plan, ‘Reflect’