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The Resource Towards more strategic management of weeds on Top End Aboriginal Lands, Mark Gardener

Towards more strategic management of weeds on Top End Aboriginal Lands, Mark Gardener

Label
Towards more strategic management of weeds on Top End Aboriginal Lands
Title
Towards more strategic management of weeds on Top End Aboriginal Lands
Statement of responsibility
Mark Gardener
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Identifies priority issues concerning weed management on Aboriginal land; examines how effectiv eland management programs have been at reducing impacts of weeds, and building community capacity and awareness; investigates the effectiveness of communication between institutions and Ranger groups as well as current and future resources; discusses the benefits of integrating land management programs with social, economic and culutral outcomes on Aboriginal land [from p. 3]
Cataloging source
XNLS
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Gardener, Mark
Dewey number
632.5099429
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Tropical Savannas CRC
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Weeds
  • Pastures
  • Pastures
Target audience
general
Label
Towards more strategic management of weeds on Top End Aboriginal Lands, Mark Gardener
Link
http://savanna.cdu.edu.au/downloads/WeedsSCREEN.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "With support from the Natural Heritage Trust, the Northern Territory Government, the Northern Land Council and the Indigenous Land Corporation" -- T.p
  • "February 2005"
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 37-38
Contents
Summary -- 1. Introduction - Background - Weeds on Top End Aboriginal land - Top End Aboriginal Land Management and Employment - Mimosa Services and Funding Agreement -- 2. Weed management -- 3. Building community capacity - Acheivements - Training - Community awareness - Aboriginal perception of weeds - 3 case studies of Aboriginal rangers - (Adrian Gunarridj, story of a Senior Adjumarllarl Ranger - Albert Myoung, Mimosa man from Malak Malak Land Management Team - Andrew Calma, Senior Ranger Acacia Larrakia Land Management Team) Barriers - Priority issues -- 4. Communication and coordination -- Achievements - Barriers - Priority issues -- 5. Resources - Whole of government approach - Funding - Aboriginal enterprises - Barriers - Priority issues -- 6. Strategic links to other outcomes - Social - Environmental - Economic - Integrating all of the above -- 7. Over-arching recommendations -- 8. References -- 9. Appendices
Control code
000043074105
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
iv, 47 p.
Isbn
9781920949136
Other physical details
col. ill., 1 map, ports.
Label
Towards more strategic management of weeds on Top End Aboriginal Lands, Mark Gardener
Link
http://savanna.cdu.edu.au/downloads/WeedsSCREEN.pdf
Publication
Note
  • "With support from the Natural Heritage Trust, the Northern Territory Government, the Northern Land Council and the Indigenous Land Corporation" -- T.p
  • "February 2005"
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 37-38
Contents
Summary -- 1. Introduction - Background - Weeds on Top End Aboriginal land - Top End Aboriginal Land Management and Employment - Mimosa Services and Funding Agreement -- 2. Weed management -- 3. Building community capacity - Acheivements - Training - Community awareness - Aboriginal perception of weeds - 3 case studies of Aboriginal rangers - (Adrian Gunarridj, story of a Senior Adjumarllarl Ranger - Albert Myoung, Mimosa man from Malak Malak Land Management Team - Andrew Calma, Senior Ranger Acacia Larrakia Land Management Team) Barriers - Priority issues -- 4. Communication and coordination -- Achievements - Barriers - Priority issues -- 5. Resources - Whole of government approach - Funding - Aboriginal enterprises - Barriers - Priority issues -- 6. Strategic links to other outcomes - Social - Environmental - Economic - Integrating all of the above -- 7. Over-arching recommendations -- 8. References -- 9. Appendices
Control code
000043074105
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
iv, 47 p.
Isbn
9781920949136
Other physical details
col. ill., 1 map, ports.

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