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Anindilyakwa Land & Sea Rangers will benefit from the Territory Government’s promise to

invest nearly $12 million to continue the Aboriginal ranger program.

The funding will ensure about 1000 rangers from 47 ranger groups throughout the Territory are

further supported with jobs on-country, and continued access to resources to protect the NT’s

pristine environments and wildlife.

Parks and Rangers Minister Selena Uibo says: “Our Aboriginal rangers do a vital job protecting

our unique environments to ensure they can be enjoyed by generations to come.

“These grants have been extremely well received by our ranger groups – they have bolstered

resources and helped get conservation projects off the ground.

“They are also providing the opportunity for new projects for Aboriginal Territorians on-country

that support land management and conservation jobs.”