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ICIN Members Celebrate World Ranger Day

Image credit - Warddeken Rangers/David Hancock

Saturday, 31 July 2021, marked World Ranger Day, and ICIN members took the time to acknowledge the important contributions that Indigenous Land and Sea Country Rangers make to both their organisations, and the very important role that they play in ensuring that the connection to traditional country and practices are maintained.

Indigenous Land and Sea Country Rangers are responsible for caring for country, and they do so by using traditional knowledge that has been passed down to them for thousands of years. They are also responsible for overseeing the dry season burns across Northern Australia.

ICIN would like to recognise the important contributions of Indigenous Land and Sea Rangers in the Carbon Industry, and thank them for the valuable role they play in continuing the traditional custodianship of country, and for continuing the knowledges and practices which form the basis of the Indigenous Carbon Industry.


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