Indigenous knowledge Archives - Australian River Restoration Centre

  • Our wonderful wild rivers in the ‘top end’ of our great country

    We feel so grateful that in Australia we still have some of our rivers in their natural condition – wild, untamed and stunningly beautiful with unique plants and animals, and a rich, living Aboriginal cultural heritage that we can all learn so much from.  Thank you to Laura Gilpin for this fabulous quote that reminds […]

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  • Learning from Indigenous Weather Knowledge

    The weather is a popular topic of conversation in Australia for rural and urban people alike. It influences what we can do, where we can go, what we wear, how we are feeling, the success of agricultural enterprises and the consumption of energy. The weather also has a profound effect on the functioning of ecosystems, […]

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  • New ‘I-Tracker’ assisting Indigenous land Managers to take the lead in Monitoring Natural Resources on their Country

    This short video looks at how Lama Lama Rangers, from the Cape York Peninsula, have been developing new methods to assess the condition of their wetlands, including the use of I-Tracker tools. Short for Indigenous Tracker, the I-Tracker program is an initiative of the North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Ltd (NAILSMA) that supports Indigenous […]

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  • 4th Lake Eyre Basin Aboriginal Forum, 13-15 Sept, Tibooburra

    Thank you to Vol Norris for sending us through this information about  the upcoming 4th Lake Eyre Basin Aboriginal Forum, to be be held on the 13 – 15 September in Tibooburra, New South Wales.  The theme for this year’s conference is: Water, land and connections across the Lake Eyre Basin – sharing the journey […]

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