10/26/2012 - "A group of Indigenous rangers from central and northern Australia is travelling to Canada to share skills in Indigenous land management. The trip has been organised by the Pew Environment Group. Patrick O'Leary from Pew says rangers will share their experiences of land conservation with the first peoples of Canada.
'The Aboriginal people in Canada are really keen to find out about models that can empower them in their country,' he said. 'Like Aboriginal people in Australia, they're very keen to stay on, live on and manage that country and make a living off it. They want to have a look at the way these things are managed and they want to talk one-on-one to people who are living that life as a ranger to see what it's like.'
Read the full article, Indigenous Rangers to Share Land Management Skills, on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation website.