Traditional owners disappointed by scaling back of proposed fin fish farm

Written on the 31 May 2016

Traditional owners disappointed by scaling back of proposed fin fish farm Traditional owners in Western Australia's far north are disappointed their bid to start a fin fish farm in the West Kimberley will likely be scaled back by the State Government

The Bardi Jawi, Dambimangari and Mayala people - along with a private partner - are the proponents behind the Aarli Mayi Project.

Their vision is to create a sustainable future for traditional owners through employment at a planned aquaculture operation in the Kimberley Aquaculture Development Zone, north of Broome.


Source: ABC Rural

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