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We look after our country and culture on behalf of our people.

Our work is guided by Karribolkmurrngrayekwon, which is our plan for strong healthy Bininj (people) and Kunred (country).

We undertake a number of different activities, including controlling weeds, traditional and ecological burning, recording and protecting cultural heritage, rock art management, and visitor engagement.

We focus this work on significant ecological and cultural sites around the East Alligator River area in Western Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. 

We also undertake fee-for service contract work with other partner organisations. These partners include land management oranisations (such as Kakadu National Park) and research institutions (such as Australian National Univeristy)