The North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Ltd (NAILSMA) is a leader in finding practical solutions to support Indigenous people manage their land and sea resources into the future. NAILSMA, a not-for-profit company, has over a decade of experience in delivering complex and challenging programs across north Australia.
Indigenous Australians are responsible for managing over 40% of the land in north Australia and have interests in well over 80% of the north. NAILSMA is making a real difference to finding solutions to support them in their work for future generations.
eNews: Maningrida students 'Learning on Country'. NAILSMA delivered two days of dedicated I-Tracker training to Maningrida College senior students in February, as part of the Learning on Country Program. Read more Posted 20/03/2014
Media release: NAILSMA Submission on Emission Reduction Fund (ERF) Green Paper 2014. NAILSMA's submission in response to the Government's Green Paper on implementing the Emissions Reduction Fund focuses on the issues most relevant to north Australia’s Indigenous people. Read more Posted 18/03/2014
eNews: Developing new educational resources on savanna burning. NAILSMA’s Carbon program supports Indigenous people in their efforts to reinvigorate their traditional burning practices in northern savannas. Read more Posted 14/03/2014
eNews: The first Indigenous-led Australian IUCN Member organisation. NAILSMA is proud to announce that it was recently admitted as a Member organisation of the world’s largest professional global conservation body, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Read more Posted 04/01/2014
Kantri Laif 8 now available. NAILSMA’s flagship publication with articles from Indigenous people, communities and partnering organisations across Australia’s north is now available. Read more Posted 13/12/2013
The Information Hub is a great place to discover more about our work in north Australia supporting Indigenous people manage their land and sea resources into the future. You will find detailed information about each of our program areas as well as a rich resource of publications, articles, digital story reports and information on north Australian ranger groups. Browse through the site and use the comprehensive search facility to locate your areas of interest.
- Turtle camp opportunity with the li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Rangers - 25th of Sep, 2013
- World Indigenous Network (WIN) Conference 2013 - 26th of May, 2013
- Second Indigenous Experts Forum on Sustainable Economic Development 2013 - 30th of Apr, 2013
- International spotlight on north Australian Indigenous fire management at UN Climate Change Conference in Doha - Dec 2012 - 5th of Dec, 2012