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ALC 15 year strategic plan 2012-2027



ALC 15 year strategic plan 2012-2027


Anindilyakwa Land Council


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Anindilyakwa Land Council (N.T.) -- Periodicals; Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Groote Eylandt -- Periodicals

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ALC 15 year Strategic Plan 11. Actions in Summary 131 27. Pursue the establishment of large-scale aquaculture ventures to augment and eventually replace the dependency on royalty income. 28. Support the joint venture between Aminjarrinja Enterprise Aboriginal Corporation, NT Fisheries and Tasmanian Seafoods to trial growing trepang. 29. Provide seed funding of $375,000 to help Traditional Trepang Traders Joint Venture set-up a sustainable trepang farming business at Bartalumba Bay. 30. Investigate various fish species for their commercial viability and help local fishing people to set up small businesses in commercial fishing. 31. Investigate the feasibility of establishing a large-scale shrimp farm to export product internationally. 32. Explore funding and resources available for pilot programs and establishing costs. 33. Approach existing operations in places including Berri Springs, Nhulunbuy and Humpty Doo for insights and information. 34. Explore existing commercial Spanish Mackerel and wild Barramundi operations in East Arnhem with the view to cooperate on freight and distribution lines. 35. Continue a trial to grow giant clams on Groote Eylandt and if successful find an overseas market and set up a commercially viable business. Develop Best Practice Service Delivery 36. Closely review and monitor education data on an ongoing basis. 37. Establish improved governance including the possible creation of independent schools 38. Establish a bilingual-based learning curriculum 39. Build on the strong start already provided in the ALNF Early Literacy and Language Program and link this in with an enhanced Groote Eylandt Linguistics Centre capacity to develop community-based capacity in bilingual educational and pre-employment support programs

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