ALEC a proud partner of the Ten Deserts Project

The Arid Lands Environment Centre is a proud partner of the Ten Deserts Project launched in Canberra this week.

'Managing vast areas of desert country requires collaboration of all parties. The Ten Deserts Project provides a massive boost on the momentum many of us have been working on together for the best part of a decade' said Jimmy Cocking ALEC CEO.

'This project is a game changer for desert land management'.

ALEC CEO Jimmy Cocking and ALEC Board member and Wangkanguru Traditional Owner, Brenda Shields attended the launch of the Ten Deserts Project.

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Image: Jimmy Cocking, Senator Malarndirri McCarthy, Hon Warren Snowdon and Brenda Shields at the Ten Deserts Project Launch.

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