CAPitalising on conservation knowledge: Using Conservation Action Planning, Healthy Country Planning and the Open Standards in Australia

Story sent by Frank Weisenberger, Frank Weisenberger Consulting A recent publication in the journal “Environmental Management & Restoration” (Vol.18 No. 03) co-authored by Australian Conservation Coaches, practitioners and members of the Australian CCNet Coordinating Committee explores the use of Conservation…

Fire Management from Indigenous Peoples’ Perspectives

Story from Mary Huffman, The Nature Conservancy and The Fire Learning Network, and Margo Robbins, Yurok Tribe Native American people walk in two worlds: their ancestral tribal world and the contemporary world, which is led by other people. When we first…

Healthy Country Planning Workshop in Australia

Story from Daniel Sprod, Conservation Management In November 27, 2016 students came together for a Healthy Country Planning workshop in Australia’s Northern Territory to understand how Traditional Owners’ cultural knowledge and needs form essential parts of management and monitoring responses. This…