Putting a value on wild harvest

McKaige, Barbara
October 2010
Ecos;Oct/Nov2010, Issue 157, p1
Blog Entry
The article focuses on a research initiated by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) and the Kowanyama Aboriginal Land and Natural Resource Management Office in Australia. The research aims to increase the understanding on the significance of the river systems that will help in the transformation of water management. Results of the research may help the aboriginal people to sit with other water users including farmers and mining companies.


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