The Alinytjara Wilurara (AW) Landscape Board can assist community groups and individuals to develop proposals and seek funding for projects that focus on improving natural resources in the AW region.
Projects can focus on:
- investigating, monitoring and protecting native species, ecosystems and their threats
- trialling and demonstrating new technologies and management techniques which improve the health of Country
- raising awareness of issues affecting Country
- on-ground actions that improve the health of and reduce threats to the region's biodiversity.
If you or your community have an idea for a land management related activity, get in contact with us.
We have long-standing successful relationships with the region's community leaders and are well positioned to negotiate with relevant landholders and partnering bodies regarding how work might be done. This includes employment of local people and skill development.
The AW Landscape Board is made up of Anangu leaders who represent communities across the AW region.
Examples of work and events that were proposed by communities include:
- Mamungari Big Womens’ Trip
- Camel culls
- Whale of a Day
- Inla Rockhole
- Two-way mapping workshops