Supporting women across the region to actively maintain their cultural links with country.
Traditional burning on the APY Lands is essential for the environment and community safety.
Mulloway tagging and research is done annually with help from Yalata community members.
The Alinytjara Wilurara Natural Resources Management Board invests in a number of Caring for Country community projects.
Management and conservation of water sources is a very high priority in Alinytjara Wilurara
Working together with community members toward more sustainable land management practices.
Traditional culture remains central to planning and working in our region.
We're working hard to protect the limited warru (black footed wallaby) population in our state.
Our marine parks will ensure our marine environment and marine life have a healthy future.
Protecting our resources for the mutual benefit of people and environment.
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