South West Aboriginal Ranger Program

Congratulations to the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council (SWALSC) who were successful in securing funding under the WA Government’s Aboriginal Ranger Program.
As part of the program, SWALSC will employ 12 Aboriginal rangers, at least six of them will be female.  Positions will be based in the southwest, from Jurien Bay to Albany.
The Aboriginal Ranger Program will teach rangers to undertake land and sea management activities, including:
  • biodiversity monitoring and research
  • traditional knowledge transfer
  • fire management
  • feral animal and weed management
  • cultural awareness and immersion experiences
  • tourism management
  • education programs and mentoring
For more information email [email protected]



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