Who's involved

Dean Yibarbuk

“It’s a lot of work, non-stop. You know people may think we’re just sitting down and happily doing our work but no. We’re on top of it. If you leave the country un-burnt for 10 years someone will come and throw matches and that’s it.

“We want our children to learn both ways. To learn out traditional knowledge and culture, plus we want them to learn about a western kind of education as well.

Dean Yibarbuk. Warddeken Land Management Senior Ranger.

30 November 2016. The Project.