NACC NRM’s Innovate RAP is Live

NACC NRM is committed to the shared goal of reconciliation and working toward a more inclusive future for all Australians. Our recently developed ‘Innovate’ Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) for 2024 – 2026 is now in action.

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Reconciliation is a shared goal which requires all Australians to take action, reflected in the ongoing curation and implementation of an organisational Reconciliation Action Plan. As an organisation, we are privileged to support and learn from First Nations people and Traditional Owners, and are proud to be a committed member of the Reconciliation Australia community.

We recognise First Nations people hold unique knowledge and skills as the original natural resource managers of our region, and deeply value our partnerships with local First Nations business owners and groups. For thousands of years, the Northern Agricultural Region and it’s natural assets have prospered under the careful custodianship of Traditional Owners. The Amangu, Badimia, Hutt River, Mullewa Wadjari, Naaguja, Nhanda, Wadjarri, Wattandee, Widi and Wilunyu Nhanhagardi peoples; together they are the Traditional Custodians of Yamatji Nation.

View our current and past Reconciliation Action Plans below.

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