In the heart of the Northern Territory, Centrefarm’s pioneering Co-Mapping on Country initiative is reshaping the landscape of development.
Aussie farmers are set to benefit from a long-term investment by the FDF into innovative ways of managing drought and climate change.
The Northern Hub is pleased to announce the completion of earthworks on a collaborative project to restore the natural functions of central Australian rangeland catchments.
The Directors of Australia’s Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs will convene in Katherine on 1-2 August for a nation-wide collaboration aimed at enhancing drought resilience in communities.
The Northern Hub, through its core member, the Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association (KPCA), is proud to announce its commitment to supporting the activities of the Aboriginal Pastoral Academy (APA) in northern Western Australia
We are inviting suitably qualified individuals or firms to submit a request for quote (RFQ) to conduct stakeholder consultation work for the Northern Hub’s upcoming phase.
The Northern Hub, one of eight drought and innovation Hubs in Australia, is thrilled to announce the launch of an ambitious project aimed at delivering and expanding on-station 1-day courses for Rangeland Management in the Northern Territory (NT).
The Anindilyakwa people of the remote Groote Archipelago have embarked on a remarkable transformation as they counter the forthcoming forfeiture of royalty revenue from the winding-down manganese mine, which has been the mainstay of their economy for 58 years.
Are you a consultant looking for an exciting opportunity to contribute to the resilience and sustainable prosperity of rural industries and communities? Charles Darwin University, in collaboration with the Northern Hub, is seeking quotes from experienced consultants to support the Hub Manager with Strategy and Hub oversight.
Centrefarm Aboriginal Horticulture Limited (Centrefarm), an Aboriginal not-for-profit organisation based in Alice Springs, is co-mapping in the Alekarenge and Mataranka regions with Traditional Custodians on their respective Land Trusts.