News, media releases and speeches from the ILSC
The ILSC assists Indigenous people with the acquisition and management of land, salt water and fresh water so they can achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.
The handing back of an 88,000-hectare property in southern New South Wales to its Traditional Custodians will ensure the protection of ecologically vital wetlands and significant Aboriginal heritage sites.
Grants of up to $20,000 are available to assist Indigenous organisations to immediately secure and clean-up damaged properties located in the bushfire emergency regions.
A historic multi-million dollar commercial fishing venture will create jobs and training opportunities for the Ngarrindjeri people in South Australia.
The first ever National Indigenous Bush Food Symposium is being held at Barangaroo in Sydney on November 27 and 28. It aims to increase Indigenous participation in the Australian bush foods industry.
A Derby Aboriginal corporation is set to become the first organisation in Australia to commercialise the breeding of the northern Australian giant freshwater prawn, known as cherabin (Macrobrachium Spinipes).