Kimberley Aboriginal Caring for Country Plan
The Kimberley Aboriginal Caring for Country Plan is the result of decades of pressure from Kimberley Aboriginal people - in meetings, during consultations and in the practice of looking after the land - about the need to be resourced to keep country healthy. This can be done through the elders, through language and through cultural activities. The plan was a collaboration between four regional Aboriginal organisations: the KLRC [Kimberley Language Resource Centre], the Kimberley Land Council (KLC), the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre (KALACC) and the Kimberley Aboriginal Pastoralists Inc. [Retrieved from http://klrc.org.au/projects/projects/caring-for-country]
Griffiths, S., & Kinnane, S. (2011). Kimberley Aboriginal Caring for Country Plan. Halls Creek, WA: Kimberley Language Resource Centre.