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Fitzroy Basin awareness campaign 2017

Tilapia - Stop the Spread

Tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) is an aggressive pest fish regarded as one of the greatest threats to Australia’s aquatic ecosystem. They are a highly successful invasive species due to a number of key characteristics: rapid reproduction with maternal care, adaptable food requirements and tolerance for a wide range of aquatic habitats. Tilapia have progressively established populations in waterways throughout the south-east and northern Queensland and Western Australia since the 1970s.

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Connecting to country near Springsure with Linda Black

Connecting to country near Springsure with Linda Black

Linda Black describes the strong links between cultural identity and connections to country. This video is part of a series developed through funding from the Australian Government to increase the knowledge and understanding of local traditional ecological knowledge. Elders have shared their knowledge of local landscapes to ensure it is available to future generations in an easily accessible format.

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Gawula with Sally Vea Vea

Gawula with Sally Vea Vea

Gawula is a sacred place, steeped in significance for local indigenous people. Listen to Sally explain the meaning behind the area for her people. This video is part of a series developed through funding from the Australian Government to increase the knowledge and understanding of local traditional ecological knowledge. Elders have shared their knowledge of local landscapes to ensure it is available to future generations in an easily accessible format.

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Plants uses and medicines near Woorabinda with Steve Kemp

Plants uses and medicines near Woorabinda with Steve Kemp

Steve Kemp is an indigenous man living in Woorabinda with a passion for plants. See Steve describe the practical and medicinal uses that his people have for plants in the area. This video is part of a series developed through funding from the Australian Government to increase the knowledge and understanding of local traditional ecological knowledge. Elders have shared their knowledge of local landscapes to ensure it is available to future generations in an easily accessible format.

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Native Wells on the central Highlands with Lindsay Black

Native Wells on the central Highlands with Lindsay Black

Local indigenous Elder Lindsay Black describes how rock wells were made and used by his ancestors on the central highlands of Queensland. This video is part of a series developed through funding from the Australian Government to increase the knowledge and understanding of local traditional ecological knowledge. Elders have shared their knowledge of local landscapes to ensure it is available to future generations in an easily accessible format.

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Bush Tucker on Mount Archer with Billy Mann

Bush Tucker on Mount Archer with Billy Mann

Join local indigenous man Billy Mann as he explores Mt Archer and describes traditional uses of plants growing in the area. This video is part of a series developed through funding from the Australian Government to increase the knowledge and understanding of local traditional ecological knowledge. Elders have shared their knowledge of local landscapes to ensure it is available to future generations in an easily accessible format.

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Carnarvon Gorge with Fred Conway

Carnarvon Gorge with Fred Conway

Carnarvon Gorge on the central highlands is a very special place for indigenous people, and has beautiful sites of cultural heritage including rock art. Fred Conway shares his reverence for the peaceful landscape, and his knowledge of the diverse flora in the area. This video is part of a series developed through funding from the Australian Government to increase the knowledge and understanding of local traditional ecological knowledge. Elders have shared their knowledge of local landscapes to ensure it is available to future generations in an easily accessible format.

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Plants and culture on Great Keppel Island with Bob Muir

Plants and culture on Great Keppel Island with Bob Muir

Bob Muir has been awarded NAIDOC's elder of the year for his work in the community, including his efforts to maintain cultural heritage sites on Great Keppel Island off the Capricorn Coast. Bob is a descendant of the Woppaburra people. Here he talks about how nature was understood and used by traditional owners on the island. This video is part of a series developed through funding from the Australian Government to increase the knowledge and understanding of local traditional ecological knowledge. Elders have shared their knowledge of local landscapes to ensure it is available to future generations in an easily accessible format.

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The Fitzroy River with Billy Mann

The Fitzroy River with Billy Mann

Local traditional owner Billy Mann talks about the mighty Fitzroy River and the cultural significance of the water course to his people. This video is part of a series developed through funding from the Australian Government to increase the knowledge and understanding of local traditional ecological knowledge. Elders have shared their knowledge of local landscapes to ensure it is available to future generations in an easily accessible format.

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