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Although making up one-sixth of Australia’s land and sea, the Northern Territory is a single natural resource management region. The region supports a rich diversity of environments from tropical rainforests to arid rangelands.

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    Biodiversity conservation in the Top End: pastoralists perspectives

    New research is underway to better understand how pastoralists and graziers could complement the national reserve system through voluntary contractual biodiversity conservation activities. Very little of Australia’s tropical savannas, which cover around a quarter of the continent, are protected in the formal reserve system. Contributions by the pastoral sector are critical to safeguard endemic species, […]