The Karrkad-Kanjdji Trust is building a conservation trust fund to support the environment, people and culture of West Arnhem Land.
The Warddeken and Djelk Indigenous Protected Areas make up this region which abuts Kakadu and covers an area twice the size of Yellowstone National Park.
More than 100 clans speaking 12 languages live within Warddeken and Djelk, and their history is recorded in one of the oldest and largest rock art galleries in the world.
The highly diverse landscape is home to dozens of threatened species whose survival depends on the work of Indigenous rangers.
The healthy working lifestyle of these rangers is securing the well-being of both the country and the community.
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