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Bardi Jawi Oorany rangers restoring Monsoon Vine Thickets

May 27, 2016

Bardi Jawi Oorany Rangers are involved in a project to restore the ecologically and culturally significant Monsoon Vine Thickets around the Kooljaman Resort.

Environs Kimberley has released a short video of Bardi Jawi Oorany rangers and their involvement in a project to restore the ecologically and culturally significant Monsoon Vine Thickets around the Kooljaman Resort.

The project is a collaboration between Bardi Jawi Oorany rangers, Traditional Owners and Environs Kimberle, with assistance from the Society for Kimberley Indigenous Plants and Animals, Kooljaman Resort and the Kimberley Land Council.

The project was generously supported by Rangelands NRM and the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.
 

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