Vol 34 August newsletter now out

The past three months have been very bust for Martu and KJ. Read in the latest edition about an on country camp with over 100 people including Martu, the local police, ALS lawyers, the Magistrate gathering together on country to talk about the criminal justice system. The work the rangers have been undertaking with researchers from the University of Melbourne, The Nature Conservancy and NESP TSR Hub, to co-design a monitoring program to track trends in mankarr (bilby) populations. And the women's camp where 80 women from the Ngaanyatjarra, Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Women's Council, the Njamal People's Trust, the Wirlu-Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation and the Murujuga Land and Sea Unit came together to have important discussions about what women used to do in the past and what they would like to do in the future. And so much more ...

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