Biosecurity news - Your stories. Your work.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been the traditional custodians of this continent for over 65,000 years. Indigenous rangers are still caring for Country by monitoring what is happening to the plants, animals and oceans around us. Their work helps protect these priceless assets, maintains and builds cultural heritage, functioning ecosystems, prosperous agricultural industries and Australia’s enviable biosecurity status. In short, they work to support all Australians – the country, culture and our agricultural assets.
Indigenous rangers play a key role in Australia’s ability to maintain an early detection system for exotic pests and diseases across northern Australia. This newsletter is about acknowledging this important work and sharing these stories so that everyone has a chance to see the critical role rangers play in helping to keep out weeds, plant and animal pests and diseases - so that we can keep Country safe for future generations.
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Frontline Ranger Newsletter - Edition 8, April to June 2023
Frontline Ranger Newsletter - Edition 7, October to December 2022
Frontline Ranger Newsletter - Edition 6, April to June 2022
Frontline Ranger Newsletter - Edition 5, January to March 2022
Frontline Ranger Newsletter - Edition 4, August to October 2021
Frontline Ranger Newsletter - Edition 3, May to July 2021
Frontline Ranger Newsletter - Edition 2, January to March 2021
Frontline Ranger Newsletter - Edition 1, September to December 2020