Robert Boota created the Githabul Rangers to focus on environmental problems in its local native forests. Based in Northern NSW, the organisation has successfully protected and improved natural and cultural sites across 110,000 hectares of Githabul Country.
The Githabul Rangers treat invasive weeds to protect native plants and animals. The Rangers also identify issues related to poor land management and improve the environment for future generations to enjoy.
Robert’s passion for the environment extends to educating others through community programs. These programs focus on the importance of preserving traditional and cultural values, protecting the environment, and providing support within the community.
Robert is highly respected for his positive influence and the excellent stewardship of the native forests through the Githabul Rangers.