The Karrkad Kanjdji Trust works with Indigenous ranger groups in one of the most culturally rich and biodiverse regions of Australia: West and Central Arnhem Land. They bring rangers and philanthropists together to address some of the region’s most pressing issues, including environmental conservation, ranger employment, and the intergenerational transfer of Indigenous knowledge. Each project that they partner on is 100 per cent community owned, from concept to implementation.
In 2008 the Bininj Kunwok clans of western Arnhem Land came together to found Warddeken Land Management Limited. Based at Kabulwarnamyo outstation community, Warddeken is an Indigenous owned and directed company that is bringing people back to their traditional lands to manage country and to preserve and revitalise traditional culture and knowledge.