The latest news and events from the 10 Deserts Project

10 Deserts Project March/April 2021 newsletter available now

April 19, 2021

Read our first newsletter for 2021 here

10 Deserts Project September 2020 Newsletter available now

September 25, 2020

Read the full e-newsletter here – https://bit.ly/3mIHls5

Watarrka aerial bombardier training 11-13 August 2020

September 21, 2020

Aerial incendiary burning (AIB) training brought together departmental and agency staff from Bushfires Northern Territory, Parks Northern Territory, Parks Australia, and rangers from the Central Land Council at Watarrka Ranger Station, Kings Canyon Resort and Katiti-Petermann Indigenous Protected Area. Trainers used Hilux Air which was an effective training simulation and enabled significantly more exposure to […]

Virtual Southern Desert Ranger Forum

Virtual Southern Desert Ranger Forum

September 7, 2020

The Indigenous Desert Alliance (IDA) took up the challenge of staying connected but being apart during COVID-19 restrictions, by holding its first major online event – the Southern Desert Ranger Forum (SDRF). The SDRF is a capacity building event for Indigenous rangers and land managers from the southern deserts of Australia.  The annual forum enables Indigenous rangers to […]

10 Deserts Newsletter May 2020

10 Deserts Newsletter May 2020

May 27, 2020

Catch up on the latest 10 Deserts Project News.

Desert tourism update

Desert tourism update

May 22, 2020

After developing the Regional Indigenous tourism strategy last year, the 10 Deserts Project (10DP) is moving on implementing the strategy and supporting Indigenous land management organisations with their tourism initiatives. Tourism website The 10DP team are progressing with developing a dedicated desert tourism website.  We have been developing content, working on the design and branding, […]

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