Remote Gardens Guide
To read or download: Food and other gardens in and about remote communities. A Guide – planning considerations and project opportunities CLICK HERE.
Please note: The online pdf guide includes a bookmarked index to help you navigate the different sections and hyperlinks. To ensure the bookmarks are visible readers will need to use Adobe Acrobat Reader (2004 or later versions). Adobe Acrobat Reader can be freely downloaded from the Adobe website.
The guide is quite a long document and includes images. Depending on the speed of your internet connection, it may take some time to download.
“My family has a long history of being involved in growing fruit and vegetables and plants on a commercial and private basis. I am so thankful for the production of such a forward reaching publication that addresses all the different sizes and types of gardens that our wide diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities need and want. Not only will a publication like this help us as Indigenous people, but also the people servicing our people and communities and also the funding providers and policy makers. I trust that once this publication is ready for use in our communities – urban, regional and remote, the next stages of ‘how to’ tool kit resources, project models and garden case studies start to be produced so our people can continue to, or start to utilise gardens for food, exercise and business”.
Lenore Dembski, Paperbark Woman
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