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School gardens…

Resources/garden programs for development – International

 

 

Useful Reports and Resources

Bush plant product development resources, courtesy Aboriginal Bush Traders

Select other Bush Food references and projects – and see the Links section for further references

Research Articles

Conference Papers and Presentations

Food security, health and nutrition – Useful references and articles

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  1. Nick Maxwell permalink
    February 9, 2011

    We are currently planning a Community garden and have found this website and links a valuable asset. We are in the tropics and do have difficulty growing produce in the wet season. I will certainly recomend this site to other persons with an interest in establishing a community garden.

  2. anthea permalink*
    February 22, 2011

    Hi Nick,
    Good to hear from you – where are you based? could put you in touch with some top end horticulturists who may have some good tips for wet season …. and visit our new RIG Facebook page where you can post questions, ideas and pics etc!! Kidn regards, anthea

  3. sarina jan permalink
    November 27, 2012

    Anthea

    You do Aboriginal people in business proud – congrats on such a wonderful website on remote indigenous gardens.

    My Organisation (Centre for Appropriate Technology) is looking at opening up opportunities to remote areas through appropriate technology and we are keen to explore the fields of sustainable biodiversity and carbon farming amongst remote Australia, so if you and other like minded Aboriginal businesses would like to work with us, please contact Tim Walsh direct at tim.walsh@icat.org.au

    Keep up the good work!

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