WGAC Community Aquaponics Programme
Teaching WGAC children about healthy living
Any members and children are welcome to participate and share the responsibility of daily upkeep and the success of the program. The process on a daily basis includes feeding the fish and checking the plants, picking of vegetables etc. Members are welcome to take home fresh produce
1. Create a shared vision that protects country and connects people to traditional lore.
2. Develop and implement a Healthy Country Plan that will address biodiversity, ecosystem processes, threatened species and other natural values, as well as cultural values in the landscape.
3. Establish a Ranger Program with an annual works program to implement the Healthy Country Plan and process for review of the effectiveness of that implementation.
4. Emerge from a facilitated community meeting to support the Healthy Country processes and Ranger Program development.
5. Benefit in direct action to preserve and manage cultural landscapes, priority plants, animals and the values of surface and underground water on-country and also the identification of areas for proposed living areas, heritage activities, mining, tourism and economic land.
6. Contribute to land and cultural management as an important result of the process of implementing the Healthy Country Plan and Ranger Program development.
The project will also involve the construction of accommodation facilities On-Country to cater for On - Country meetings and for our Ranger program.