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2022 NT NRM Award Winners

Indigenous Carbon Industry Network was honoured to be awarded the Best Collaboration in Natural Resource Management Award at the Territory NRM Conference last night. Terrah Guymala of Warddeken Land Management and ICIN CEO Anna Boustead accepted the award on behalf of all the network’s 23 Indigenous organisations.
Speaking on behalf of ICIN Co-Chair Dean Yibarbuk, Terrah said Warddeken was pleased to see the network it hosted for four years grow into a fully independent charitable company owned by its members, and grateful for the recognition of the network’s important role in supporting knowledge sharing and support for Indigenous carbon credit producers.
"This award is the result of a lot of hard work by the network members right across northern Australia," he said.
Ms Boustead dedicated the award to Mr W Rioli, one of our founding directors, who suddenly passed away in June. Mr Rioli’s family were present at the award ceremony and were also honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award that posthumously recognised Mr Rioli’s incredible contribution to natural resource management in the Northern Territory.
“It is a special moment tonight – this network would not exist without the vision and dedication of its members, and we thank you for your ongoing support.”
ICIN was grateful to receive the award amongst friends and esteemed colleagues and thanks the Territory NRM for recognising the significant contribution of Indigenous land managers to the Northern Territory.
Congratulations also to Terrah Guymala for winning the Territory NRM Ranger of the Year Award - a well-deserved honour.
Award accepted by Anna Boustead and Terrah Guymala  ICIN members celebrate the Collaboration Award  We honour the memory of Mr W Rioli
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