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INDIGENOUS RANGER TEAM ‘START UP’
Are you interested in developing Indigenous land management enterprise or ranger team?
Incommon staﬀ have years of ‘hands on’ experience promo<ng and suppor<ng the growth of
Indigenous land management in remote Australia.
We believe that the future of eﬀec<ve land management in the rangelands region will be secured
through empowering Indigenous groups to:
• manage their own lands for posi<ve environmental outcomes
• secure fee for service contracts to deliver environmental services to a range of private land
holders and local, state and federal governments.
We can help your organiza<on to achieve its Indigenous land management goals through
• Community engagement and consulta<on
• Scoping and feasibility
• ‘On country’ par<cipatory planning
• Produc<on of a high quality strategic and business plans
• Workforce development including tailored land management skills and training delivery plans
• Stakeholder engagement
• Securing funding
• Project management
KEY STEPS PLANNING PHASE
Your organiza<on wants to develop or
e x p a n d a n I n d i g e n o u s l a n d
management service. That’s great,
contact us. Tell us who you are, where
you are from and what you want to do.
From here we can discuss your needs,
the facilita<on costs and possible
2.IDENTIFY AND DISCOVER
We will facilitate a workshop focused on
the building blocks of a successful land
management program including
• unpacking your organiza<on’s needs,
drivers and goals (why and what)
• iden<fying key personnel and leaders*
• opportunity and threats scanning
Your organiza<ons ‘vision’ for land
management service development will be
ar<culated during this workshop.
We will facilitate an exchange with a successful ‘ranger’
team. This involves:
• a discovery tour of key work-‐spaces, projects and
partnerships including ﬁrst hand focused discussion
and prac<cal engagement of what works, why and
• A post exchange debrief, ‘Where to Now’ session
that iden<ﬁes key learning, further inves<ga<on of
opportuni<es/threats and implementa<on
A two day workshop will be facilitated to develop a
high level strategic plan for land management services
including an outline of
• key land management services that will be
delivered by your group
• key partners
• key customers
* Inter-‐cultural leadership development workshops can be facilitated
in addi<on to the ranger team ‘start up’ development service. Go
to: In-‐common.org.au /leadership development
KEY STEPS DEVELOPMENT PHASE
1.START UP INVESTMENT
In line with your strategic plan, and as needed, we can
facilitate mee<ngs with the key development partners
(businesses/funders/training providers) and poten<al
customers for your land management services.
Your strategic plan will inform poten<al partners and
customers of your:
• Vision for land management
• Capacity for and strategy to provide land management
services and the
• opportuni<es to create shared value in partnering with
The outcome of this process is to secure an investment and
training commitment for a pilot land management project.
2. PILOT PROJECT
We will assist your group in the:
• development of a work plan
• design of a suitable training and skills development
• all aspects of project management including
monitoring and evalua<on
3. BUSINESS PLAN
The produc<on of a business plan is a vital step
in assessing your core capacity and service
oﬀering. The experience gained through the
strategic planning, stakeholder mapping and
pilot project steps will inform the business plan.
A professionally produced prospectus tells
the world who you are and what you do. It is
vital for a\rac<ng investment and securing
partnerships. We will work with you to
produce a high quality prospectus.
With the successful comple<on of the pilot
project, coupled with a strong business plan,
you are in good posi<on to bid for land
management service contracts and to
con<nue to build your ranger team. We can
con<nue to support you in wri<ng proposals,
draWing funding applica<ons and project
management on an as needs basis.