The Dhimurru Indigenous Rangers for the new york times

I wrote and photographed a piece on the Aboriginal Rangers working to preserve their traditional country in Australia’s remote Arnhem Land. They are tasked with protecting 550,000 hectares of country in the face of some big challenges.


By combining contemporary training with ancient knowledge, Australia's unique Indigenous ranger program facilitates Aboriginal people once again being in charge of managing their traditional lands.

You can see the piece here.