Traditional Use Of Marine Resources Agreement

Any traditional use of marine resource agreements has a committee that manages the agreement and traditional exploitation of marine resources in their marine country, including the traditional catch, if any of the important species like dugongs and turtles. Their management of traditional use is based on both cultural tradition and contemporary science and is also used for wider planning and management of marine countries. You must be a member of the traditional proprietary group to be covered and attach a copy of the proposed TUMRA and any other documents necessary to process the application. As part of the agreement, Port Curtis Coral Coast`s traditional ownership groups, including Gooreng Gooreng, Gurang, Byellee and Taribelang Bunda, are committed to developing management strategies that have a positive impact on their home countries. The agreement, accredited in August 2013, supports compliance activities, research and education, as well as a junior ranger program. Staff at the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority also offer compliance training for the Lama Ranger to minimize the illegal use of marine resources. 8 What is the traditional exploitation of marine resources? conduct activities within the framework of Aboriginal customs or traditions and Torres Strait Island, to meet personal, domestic or community needs and may include: Fish collection (e.g. B crustaceans) Hunting Search for cultural and cultural sites Transfer of traditional environmental knowledge Traditional use has not been treated uniformly in .B entire GBR Marine Park (for example, different rules along the coast) Governments did not have appropriate mechanisms to treat the right people for the good sea Traditional Owner Management Plans Focus on Governments focused on management of Turtles and Dugongs (and other threatened species) only Permits for take of threatened species were managed by the government Reef Wide Framework – In response to Traditional Owner Concerns, a Reef Wide Framework for management Traditional Use of Marine Resources was developed – Native Title Representative Bodies – Negotiations began in October 2002 with the 5 NTRBs then representing Traditional Owners along the Great Barrier Reef TUMRAs – were developed in partnership with representative bodies Representative Areas Program – RAP (Rezoning of the Marine Park) adopted in 2003 TUMRA in the new plan zoning and relevant regulations girringun TUMRA – Six represented by the Girringun Aboriginal Corporation of saltwater groups introduced in 2005 the first TUMRA for Turtle and Dugong accreditation for the state and commonwealth, but the first priority was still largely focused on the management of threatened species such as the turtle and the dugong 27: ManagementTUMRA – A strong focus Saltwater groups have access to the development of traditional exploitation of marine resource agreements to articulate Global Management of Marine Lands (including a strong sustainable future for turtles, dugong and land sea) Empower Traditional Authority, especially with regard to the sustainable use of turtle and dugong Increase the human and institutional capacity of saltwater traditional ownership groups for the implementation of their TUMrs Sea Management Plans , to identify rules and management for Zealand (this requires significant coordination by working on the foe-land program to invest in TUMRA`s country activities) provide environmental services of national interest through the Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Program, particularly on issues of national environmental importance under the EPBC By Yintjingga Aboriginal Corporation , the Lama Traditional Owners is already coordinating a ranger program and jointly managing The Lama National Park and Marrpa Islands National Park with the Queensland government.

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