In this edition Martin provides his last report as EK's Director before he focusses on campaigns and fundraising next year, we celebrate some amazing staff milestones and farewell an inspiring friend of EK and protector of Country.
KNP continues field research into black-flanked rock wallabies and the social enterprise work alongside ranger groups in wattleseed harvesting.
The Campaigns team welcome an exciting new partnership with Seed Mob and continues to put the pressure on to ensure a Frack Free Kimberley and a protected Martuwarra.
There were lots of exciting workshops and events; SKIPA hosted a Natural Dye Workshop, the Martuwarra Fitzroy Film Festival came home to Fitzroy Crossing, Martuwarra Fitzroy River exhibition went to Walyalup and staff attended Leadership and Capability training and the Social Enterprise World Forum.
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