The Nanum Wungthim Rangers deliver the Napranum Land and Sea Management Program on behalf of the Napranum Aboriginal Shire Council.
The rangers care for the Napranum Deed of Grant in Trust (DOGIT), undertaking regular patrols throughout the area, recording and monitoring information of the country.
The rangers spend the majority of their time at the Pennefather River and Beach, due to the the high conservation value of the area. They also regularly patrol east to Billy’s Lagoon and south to an area known as 20 Mile.
The Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Management Program operates as part of the Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire Council (PASC), employing a very dedicated team of rangers.
The PASC act as Trustee on behalf of Thaayorre and Mungkan Traditional Owners, for the Pormpuraaw Deed of Grant in Trust (DOGIT) area, covering 4,661 sqkm (466,198 hectares) of Pormpuraaw lands, seas and inland waterways.
The Land and Sea Program is one of the programs under the repsonsibility of the Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council.
Under a strong partnership with traditional owners involved with the Old Mapoon Aboriginal Corporation, the program is carried out on the traditional lands of Tjungundji, Yupungathi Warrangku, Taepithiggi, Thanakwith and Mpakwithi peoples.
The Land and Sea Ranger Programme operates through the Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council and is jointly run with custodians of the land, The Apudthama Land Trust. The Ranger program manages local natural resources over approximately 250,000 Ha of land, including 300km of coastline which spans both the east and west coasts of Cape York Peninsula.
The Cape York Peninsula Pest Management Strategy (CYPPMS) is a broad overarching document that establishes a peninsula-wide planning framework for integrated pest management by government departments, community, industry and private individuals.
The Strategy and action plans have been developed with community consultation, in order to achieve a coordinated and effective approach to pest management throughout Cape York Peninsula.