Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa would like to gratefully acknowledge the following funding bodies, partners and supporters. Thank you — we could not exist without your support!
“I think that some of the amazing spin-offs from both the Ranger Program and the Leadership program is that you start with a simple idea of getting people back on country … you start to see the growth in individuals in their own leadership and how they relate to each other and the other things they start to influence around them.”
— Richard Aspinall, Prime Minister and Cabinet
“BHP are very proud to be a part of this partnership … collaborating with a big industry like ours with grassroots indigenous organisations like KJ is the way forward. It is how we work together that will deliver outcomes for environment, for people, and for the country generally.”
- Libby Ferrari, Manager Indigenous Affairs BHP
WA State Government
“Parks and Wildlife have a lot of contemporary science skills, and a lot of contemporary land management skills. And when we pair that up with Martu traditional skills and the way that Martu view landscapes, the partnership really leads to a dynamic, robust way of managing landscapes out there, and I think it’s very successful.”
— Alicia Whittington, Parks and Wildlife