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FINIA would like to congratulate the Butchulla Aboriginal Corporation’s Butchulla Land and Sea Rangers Trainees for recently completing their six-month Skilling Queenslanders for Work traineeships.

Our best wishes to Jymara Burns, Sharneeka Doyle, Chase Chapman and Dakota Broome who all completed Certificate 1 in Conservation and Land Management and to Raymond Burns and Tessa Waia who completed Certificate 1 in Business. Trainees also undertook additional training to achieve a white card, first aid, ACDC (chemical accreditation) and Level 1 chainsaw (to trim and cut felled trees).

Butchulla Land and Sea Ranger trainees and Supervisor, Bob Broome, celebrate their graduation along with staff and Directors from the Butchulla Aboriginal Corporation (Photo BLSR).

Trainees were involved in a number of projects on K’gari including seed collection, nursery propagation and weed and pest management.

We would like to thank you and your supervisor, Bob Broome, for all your work on K’gari and wish you all well with your future careers.

FINIA would also like to congratulate all the project partners for supporting this initiative including Burnett Mary Regional Group, Fraser Coast Regional Council, Fraser Island Defenders Organisation, Gidarjil Development Corporation, Noosa and District Landcare, Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and QPWS Marine Parks, Bruce Saunders MP, Sealink Kingfisher Bay, Ted Sorensen MP, University of the Sunshine Coast and the Wide Bay Burnett Regional Organisation of Councils.


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