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NRM Community – Aboriginal

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NRM Community – Aboriginal (Managed by)
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The Aboriginal community program will enhance the capacity of the Murray Regions Aboriginal people to be actively engaged in NRM and involved in the decision making and practice of MLLS. This project will build on the work and aims of the Communities in NRM project and add components specific to Aboriginal communities. Planning and Investment will be strategically guided by the Murray Aboriginal Technical Group, a skills based collective of Aboriginal people.
Key aims include support Aboriginal people to reconnect to Country, manage traditional land and share Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Facilitate employment opportunities for Aboriginal people in NRM.
The project will involve Traditional Custodians, Local Aboriginal Land Councils and other key stakeholders and will contribute to the national closing the Gap on Indigenous Disadvantage and the NSW Ochre Strategy.
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