Case study

Ngadimunku babanga junjuy-junjuy Bana Yarralji
Traditional Knowledge Projects in Northern Wet Tropics WHA

Bana Yarralji rangers

Bana Yarralji rangers commencing combined traditional and best practice land management burning on country.

Bana Yarralji has an applied traditional ecological knowledge program, as part of the Commonwealth Working on Country Program, which has local traditional owners working as rangers from a ranger base on country ensuring traditional knowledge is combined with best practice land management .. including using knowledge of bush tucker for revegetation, and using local ecological knowledge for fire management.

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