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Resources

The North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Ltd (NAILSMA) publishes and co-authors a wide variety of publications to keep land and sea managers, researchers, policy makers, students and others up to date with the latest developments in Indigenous natural and cultural resource management in north Australia.

You will find information on current activities in policy development, Indigenous knowledge, salt and fresh water management, youth leadership and opportunities in the carbon economy.

These documents can be accessed through the search options to the right of this page. If you would like further information please let us know: contact@nailsma.org.au

A community-led collaborative research project has improved the capacity of the Lama Lama Rangers to monitor wetlands on their country. Working...
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Message Disk 4 - Water contains a collection of 26 short video stories relevant to the national water reform that is going on around the country....
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NAILSMA delivered five projects under the NAWFA Cultural and Social Program under the guidance and advice of the NAILSMA Inidgenous Water Policy Group (IWPG). Indigenous Knowledge in Water Planning,...
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Dugong and Marine Turtle: Teaching Resource and Information Package
This 64 page resource provides teachers and educators with a wealth of information about dugong and marine turtle. It frames scientific ecological knowledge in a Torres Strait context. Written and...
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In June 2013, I-Tracker Officer Christy Davies and South Cape York Catchments Manager Jason Carroll joined the Lama Lama Rangers at Lilyvale Station...
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Djungan Country - Living Black, 21-10-12 Earlier this year the Djungan people of far north Queensland settled a Native Title Claim with the Federal...
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Ron Archer, Djungan Elder, Upper Mitchell River, Qld
Ron Archer, Djungan Elder, spoke to camera as part of the Upper Mitchell River Traditional Owners’ submission to the National Water Commission. “...
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