Central Land Council (CLC) rangers project
In May 2017, the Mayi Kuwayu team surveyed the Central Land Council (CLC) rangers to ask about their work on country. CLC rangers work on a number of caring for country and land management activities.
The Mayi Kuwayu team wanted to find out if their work as rangers had an effect on health and wellbeing.
Those surveyed included CLC rangers living in small remote towns or remote and very remote Aboriginal communities in Central Australia. A total of 42 people completed the survey.
Overwhelmingly, benefits to their employment as rangers include pride, high job satisfaction in being on country and feeling stronger or happier.