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Ngadju IPA announcement

The Great Western Woodlands is the largest intact temperate woodland left on Earth, a refuge for endangered birds and mammals and is home to 30 per cent of Australia’s eucalyptus.

In a major step forward for conservation, 4.4 of the woodland’s 16 million hectares have been granted protection under the watchful eyes of the Ngadju people.

It’s one of two sites in Western Australia declared Indigenous Protected Areas (IPA) under agreements with the Federal Government.

The full ABC News article is available here.

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