Punmu school students involved in the Junior ranger program

Ranger Damian Miller shows the junior rangers how to clean out the Tuutuu soak, following an explanation by Martu Elder, Mulyatingki Chapman, on the importance of looking after waterholes on country

Ranger Damian Miller shows the junior rangers how to clean out the Tuutuu soak, following an explanation by Martu Elder, Mulyatingki Chapman, on the importance of looking after waterholes on country

The Junior ranger program is up and running in Punmu.  

This program is strongly supported by the school, community and Ranger teams in community.  It provides an interactive learning environment, which takes students out of the classroom to learn about traditional and contemporary land management practices, which aligns with the KJ Ranger Program.   

The junior ranger program is funded by IAS (Indigenous Advancement Strategy)