Would you like to discuss more about the vital role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women play in protecting nature and cultural heritage?
Over the past few years NACC NRM has had the honour of working with some amazing Yamaji women in the region and is looking to further grow these relationships and support more collaboration.
To help achieve this NACC NRM is hosting a series of workshops under the project ‘Yamaji Women Learning On Country’ for Aboriginal women from across the Yamaji Region to discuss opportunities in conservation and environmental monitoring.
Yamaji Women Learning on Country is a collaborative consultative project initiated by NACC NRM in partnership with other like-minded organisations. The project will bring together Aboriginal women, scientific research and natural resource management organisations active in the region to identify complementary objectives and common ground between Aboriginal and Western approaches and priorities for scientific research and natural resource monitoring.
Who to contact for enquiries: Jessica Stingemore 9938 0106