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Nartj - What[edit | edit source]

We are the first Full Aboriginal Green Army based in Nyoongar country.[1] The Turnbull government's Expenditure Review Committee has decided in the December 2016 budget update to kill off the Green Army program, saying savings were required from across government.[2]

The Aboriginal green army aims towards protecting wer preserving native flora wer fauna by controlling the evasive weeds that overpowers the native eco-system.

The first Aboriginal Green Army based in Minang Noongar Country

Gnullar Moort-The Team[edit | edit source]

Jacob Gibson[edit | edit source]

Jacob is a Yamatiji from Geraldton. His family is Pilkingtons.

Russell Penny[edit | edit source]

Born in Albany wer is a Noongar. Family is the Pennys, Woods, Deans, Boltons, Williams, Smiths wer Wards. Has connections to Gnowangerup wer Woodanelling.

Geoffrey Dean[edit | edit source]

Noongar man born in Albany. Family roots are Gnowengarup, Ongerup wer Ravensthorpe (Pops Family). Also has links to Broome area. Related to Woods, Eades, Pennys, Boltons, Williams, Dean, Sibosados.

Dwyatt Bolton[edit | edit source]

Born in Albany. Family from Mount Barker, Gnowengarup, Kattaning wer Ongerup. Related to Boltons, Colbung, Eades, Pennys, Woods wer Williams.

Micheal Cummings[edit | edit source]

Is the team supervisor for the Green Army. Bibbleman man - wardung maat. Grandmother was a Ryder nee Bynder. Grandfather was a Alfred Knapp wer Ngarngk is Lynette Knapp.

Projects[edit | edit source]

Paddy Coyne Complex[edit | edit source]

Old Strawberry Hill Farm[edit | edit source]

Twin Creeks Porongurup[edit | edit source]

Ngiyan waarnk - References[edit | edit source]

  1. https://www.environment.gov.au/land/green-army/publications/what-is-the-green-army
  2. Tom McIlroy Malcolm Turnbull set to axe Tony Abbott's Green Army environmental program. Sydney Morning Herald. 5 December 2016. Retrieved 19 December 2016