The Top End's future is in our hands organise event organised by Keep Top End Coasts Healthy (KTECH) was a great success.
People came to support KTECH and to enjoy the screenings of short films 'Mandaka' featuring Dhimurru Rangers and “Life in the Arafura Sea”. Also they learned how they can be involved in the KTECH campaigns.
Life in the Arafura Sea by Bluebottle Films
Dr Mick Guinea tells us about the species of turtles that come to Bare Sand Island every year and the steps we need to take to ensure their ongoing survival. Stand with Mick by volunteering with our Keep Top End Coasts Healthy campaign - https://www.topendcoasts.org.au/volunteerPosted by Keep Top End Coasts Healthy on Tuesday, 6 February 2018
If you missed this event or you want to get involved please visit KTECH Facebook page.