The Djelk Ranger Program: an outsider’s perspective
This report is the result of a ten-day general conceptualisation research trip in May 2003 into an Indigenous community to study the Djelk Ranger program operating under the Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation (BAC). During this visit I spent time with several different groups of Rangers and visited several sustainable wildlife harvesting sites which are described here. The Djelk Ranger program established by the BAC is built on the extensive knowledge and skills that already exist within this...[Show more]
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