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The small central Arnhem Land community of Bulman sits at the foot of tall rocky hill which was put in place by Mibbar, the Wedge-tailed Eagle ancestral being in the creation times. 


One of the landscape features created by Mibbar was a spring which emerged from under rocks and once ran several hund...

4 Jul 2016

Territory Natural Resource Management has celebrated the achievements of its latest Indigenous graduate and welcomed a new trainee.

Tom Ahfat is the second person to graduate from TNRM’s Indigenous traineeship program, which was established in 2014, with funding support from the Australian Government...

27 Jun 2016

There are many schools of thought on the best way to look after country, so it was a rare and uplifting experience when 140 people gathered in East Arnhem Land to share ways that Western and traditional, local Indigenous methods can co-exist. Territory Natural Resource Management Top End regional co...

In weed management, biocontrol rarely kills a weed population outright, but instead reduces weed vigour and seed output. Hence it is great for:

  • Big patches that you can’t possibly get rid of ever

  • Hard to access patches that you can’t reach to treat before seeds get produced each year.

  • S...

12 Nov 2015

Care of Dhimurru’s land and beaches is among the best in Australia despite a lack of resources in the remote region. Thanks to the hard work and support of Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation Sea Country Facilitator Vanessa Drysdale, the Yolngu traditional owners and custodians’ capacity to look after t...

12 Nov 2015

People and projects dedicated to looking after the Central Australian environment were recognised at the NT Landcare Awards and NT Natural Resource Management Awards this week at an Awards Gala Dinner on 11 November, a highlight of the Territory Natural Resource Management Conference at the Darwin W...

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