Ranger Waylon Bramwell, 20, conducts a burn-off at Glen Garland on Olkola land on the Cape York peninsula. Picture: Brian Cassey Source: News Corp Australia
The Olkola people are scattered across the country but Aboriginal elder Michael Ross wants them to come back home.
The cattleman is confident more of his people, a clan of about 500, will begin making that journey after the Olkola Aboriginal Corporation won a seven-year contract in the federal government’s first emissions reduction auction last month
Read the full article published in The Australian, May 19, 2015 – Burning ambition rewarded with carbon cash