Finalising the Ngadju Conservation Action Plan

Ngadju conservation planners at Ten Mile Rockhole. Photo Paula Deegan

Big progress being made by Ngadju Conservation. This week saw a two day workshop to finalise their Conservation Action Plan, which covers the Ngadju Native Title area in the Great Western Woodlands. Gondwana Link’s Plan Facilitator Paula Deegan worked through and confirmed key decisions in the draft Plan with the group, and got additional direction on changes to be made before the Plan is finalised. Then it was time to visit Fraser Range, one of the important areas targeted for conservation actions, with an early priority being the Ten Mile Rockhole (pictured). Thanks to Fraser Range Station for a much appreciated lunch, which was followed by a trip to the top of the Range and an important discussion on how Ngadju takes the next steps together. Great input from the effervescent Jane Bradley and Bevan Gray, of Rangelands NRM, whose ongoing support has been invaluable.



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