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The Conservancy is helping manage Australia's newest, largest Indigenous Protected Area.
An unused cattle ranch in northern Australia is the site of a groundbreaking conservation partnership.
The Conservancy has teamed up with local Indigenous Landholders and the Australian Government to conserve over 5 million acres.
Learn how the Conservancy is helping Indigenous Australians manage the country's largest land reserve.
Learn how fire is improving lives and saving nature at Fish River Station.
Get familiar with Australian wildlife.
Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann is an Aboriginal elder, artist and retired educator. She has played a pivotal role in land conservation for her community.
Watch as National Geographic's Explorer-in-Residence explains a life's adventures and why conservation is linked to dying languages.
Northern Australia's ecology—and people—benefit from controlled burns, which replenish the land and reduce the risk of big wildfires.