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|Title:||ABORIGINAL MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING FOR COUNTRY : Respecting and sharing traditional knowledge CD|
|Other Titles:||Full report on sub program 5 of the Ord-Bonaparte Program|
Kimberley Land council
|Abstract:||This final report discusses the: * development, methodology, outcomes and outputs of the three research projects funded by the OBP under the Aboriginal Management and Planning for Country subprogram (SP5) * the work of the Aboriginal Steering Committee * the challenges, constraints and opportunities of this work. Aboriginal Management and Planning for Country 14 The three research projects were: * Plants and animals of Kija, Jaru Country: Aboriginal knowledge conservation and ethnobiological research in the upper Ord catchment * Data management, GIS and cultural mapping with Kija and Jaru people in the upper Ord catchment * Capacity-building and two-way learning for Kija, Miriwoong-Gajirrawoong and Balangarra people in the lower Ord catchment.|
|ISBN:||ISBN 1 920860 42 8 (CD-ROM) 1 920860 43 6 (web)|
|Appears in Collections:||Land and Water Australia archive|
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