Land Management Print

Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Land Management was established in 1990 to assist Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara people (Anangu) to realise their aspirations to protect the natural and cultural values of their land. Today Land Management undertakes a range of biodiversity conservation and cultural protection projects:

 

 

APY Land Management’s Warru, Indigenous Protected Areas and Women’s Project have a focus on the protection of threatened species, fire management and woodland protection, as well as cultural site management. Land Management has a strong focus on training Anangu, both in western science and through the passing-down of traditional knowledge from senior to younger Anangu, including school students. It works with Traditional Owners, community members, scientists, schools, environment groups as well as State and Federal Governments.

APY Land Management is thankful for the support it receives from the Australian Government, including funding from the Indigenous Protected Area, Caring for our Country and Working on Country Programs.

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