First Nations Engagement: Heal Land and Sea Country

First Nations Engagement: Heal Land and Sea Country

“Yalanjiwarra muruku junkurrjimaka bamangka bubuku” Yalanji people stand strong together for our people and our land. (Source: Jabalbina

Tropical Regen is operating within East Kuku Yalanji Land, working together with Traditional Custodians to heal Land and Sea Country. Through partnering with Junior and Senior Rangers, we will shape Tropical Regen into a cohesive community space for Traditional Owners, students and various visitors. Building out capacity for increased Indigenous Employment, up-skill and training, and Traditional Ecological Knowledge exchange, ClimateForce strives to create a resilient and engaging project. 

One of the most unique parts about being based in the Daintree Rainforest, is the accessibility and collaboration between Jabalbina Rangers, Eastern Kuku-Yalanji peoples and surrounding Traditional Owner groups. Traditional Ecological Knowledge, dreamtime stories, relationships to land and sea country as well as comprehensive knowledge on native species of flora and fauna will encourage employment opportunities, as well as the passing of shared knowledge. The Tropical Regen farm will, in the future, be able to support tourism activities that focus on the understanding and appreciation of Indigenous Australians and the unique connection between people and country. An increase in employment opportunities also encourages Junior Ranger programs, for young Indigenous Australians to get involved with ongoing preservation and conservation of the Daintree Rainforest and surrounding country. 

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ClimateForce is located in the heart of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Collaborating with the public, business leaders, Traditional Custodians and the student community, we boost positive story on trust-worthy conservation impact. Learn more about our story here.

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