Mega prawn farm Project Sea Dragon nets Indigenous Land Use Agreement in northern Australia

Plans to build one of the world’s largest prawn farms on a remote cattle station in the Northern Territory have taken a major step with native title holders supporting the project and signing an Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) for its development on Legune Station.

If the ambitious $2 billion project goes ahead at full-scale, up to 100,000 tonnes of black tiger prawns will be produced each year for export.

Read more at http://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2017-08-30/mega-prawn-farm-project-sea-dragon-nets-ilua-for-north-australia/8853604

2018-03-02T06:54:25+00:00 31/08/2017|