Central Land Council Ranger Camp 2016
Join us at the Central Land Council Ranger Camp 10 - 12 May 2016 at Blue Bush Station near Tennant Creek… and find out why the budget was a missed opportunity to invest in success* by doubling indigenous ranger funding.
Being a CLC ranger is one of the most sought after careers in remote Central Australia and a big reason why many kids do attend school.
The camp is a great chance to talk to a hundred Aboriginal rangers from across the southern half of the Northern Territory and beyond as they wrangle cyber trackers, chain saws and chemicals.
It’s the main professional development and networking event for the men and women who make up the CLC’s 10 ranger groups.
Please put the camp in your news diaries and let us know if you need assistance with transport.
For more information please contact Marie Rancon, (08) 8951 6215, 0488 984 885, firstname.lastname@example.org.
* “It is important that we listen to Aboriginal people when they tell us what is working.”
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Closing the Gap Speech 2016