North East Arnhem Land Fire Abatement (NEALFA)

SAVANNA BURNING The Yirralka Rangers (hosted by Laynhapuy Homelands Aboriginal Corporation) operate the NEALFA project in north east Arnhem Land within the Laynhapuy Indigenous Protected Area (IPA). The NEALFA project uses both aerial prescribed burning (incendiary pellets dropped from helicopters) and ground burning during the early dry season to reduce fuel loads and establish a mosaic of cool burns around …

South East Arnhem Land Fire Abatement Stage 2 (SEALFA2)

SAVANNA BURNING The SEALFA and SEALFA2 projects operates within the South East Arnhem Land Indigenous Protected Area (SEAL IPA). The SEAL IPA encompasses more than 19,000 km2 of Aboriginal freehold land within the Arnhem Land and Urapunga Aboriginal Land Trusts. The SEAL IPA is managed by the Northern Land Council (NLC) which also manages the Numbulwar Numburindi and Yugul Mangi …

South East Arnhem Land Fire Abatement (SEALFA)

SAVANNA BURNING The SEALFA and SEALFA2 projects operates within the South East Arnhem Land Indigenous Protected Area (SEAL IPA). The SEAL IPA encompasses more than 19,000 km2 of Aboriginal freehold land within the Arnhem Land and Urapunga Aboriginal Land Trusts. The SEAL IPA is managed by the Northern Land Council (NLC) which also manages the Numbulwar Numburindi and Yugul Mangi …

Darling River Eco-Corridor Projects

VEGETATION The suite of Darling River Eco-Corridor carbon projects covers over 150,000 hectares of rural land throughout North-Western New South Wales and South West Queensland. The projects aim to protect and regenerate forest on properties in the upper catchments of the Darling River which supports a unique and fragile ecosystem. GreenCollar (through its subsidiary, Terra Carbon) is working with local …