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Journal Title: Aboriginal people protecting country : environmental sustainability success stories
Authors: Tatchell, Des.
Moggridge, Brad.
Department of Environment and Conservation
Keywords: Aboriginal Australians;Environmental protection
Issue Date: 2006
Abstract: Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that this document may contain culturally sensitive information or the names or images of people who have died
Description: "April 2006. First edition published August 2004; reprinted April 2006 with changes to contact details"--T.p. verso.
"These case studies were prepared by ... Brad Moggridge [and] Des Tatchell"--T.p. verso.
"These case studies show how Local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALCs), Aboriginal organisations and Community Development Education Programs (CDEPs) have generated income, created employment, encouraged pride in the environment and culture, formed partnerships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal organisations, and protected their places and created healthy environments."--P. 1.
Introduction -- Case study 1: Sydney Metropolitan. Windle Place: Best practice housing development. Gandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council -- Case study 2: South Coast. Healthy Waters: Coastal lagoon restoration. Coomaditchie United Aboriginal Corporation -- Case study 3. North Coast. Wigay Culture Park: From rubbish tip to ecotourism centre. Djigay Centre and Djigay Student Association Inc. -- Case study 4. North West. Caring for health and country. Toomelah Cooperative -- Case study 5. South West. Protecting cultural heritage. Wagga Wagga Local Aboriginal Land Council.
Internal ID Number: 22241
ISBN: 1741370779
Appears in Collections:Department of Environment and Conservation [2003 -2007]

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