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The national Indigenous forestry strategy

Label
The national Indigenous forestry strategy
Title
The national Indigenous forestry strategy
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Proposes that Indigenous communities participate in building competitive and ecologically sustainable forest industries; provides a framework for industry to work with Indigenous communities; consultations and site studies were made at Manjimup WA, Moora WA, Barmah Vic, Mt Gambier SA, Tiwi Islands NT, Hobart Tas, Cairns Qld, Grafton NSW; case studies include the Keepa-Keepa in the Heaton State Fores, Hunter Valley, traditionally a meeting place for five groups, including the Awabakal, Dakinjung and Awaba people; additional case studies from around Australia
Index
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Literary form
non fiction
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  • Tiwi Forestry Project
  • Forestry and community
  • Forestry and community
Label
The national Indigenous forestry strategy
Link
http://www.daff.gov.au
Instantiates
Note
"May 2005"
Contents
The operating environment - the Australian forest industry and Indigenous involvement -- Roles and responsibilities: governments, Indigenous communities, industry -- Key pathways: leadership, coordination and communications -- Regional communities - awareness, involvement, planning and ownership -- Capacity building - improving the knowledge and skills base -- Consistent government and forestry industry direction -- Project development -- Recognition of social and cultural issues -- NIFS monitoring and evaluation -- Figure 1: Indigenous forest land in Australia, 2002 Annexes: Site visit summaries, case studies : The Keepa-Keepa - NSW -- The Mirring Women's Group - NSW --The Tiwi Forestry Project - NT -- Memorandum of Understanding between the Southern Anaiwan Elders and Forests NSW --The Pilliga Forests - NSW -- Napranum - Forestry on the Western Cape York Peninsula, Qld -- The Artwork
Extent
29 p.
Other physical details
ill., map
Label
The national Indigenous forestry strategy
Link
http://www.daff.gov.au
Note
"May 2005"
Contents
The operating environment - the Australian forest industry and Indigenous involvement -- Roles and responsibilities: governments, Indigenous communities, industry -- Key pathways: leadership, coordination and communications -- Regional communities - awareness, involvement, planning and ownership -- Capacity building - improving the knowledge and skills base -- Consistent government and forestry industry direction -- Project development -- Recognition of social and cultural issues -- NIFS monitoring and evaluation -- Figure 1: Indigenous forest land in Australia, 2002 Annexes: Site visit summaries, case studies : The Keepa-Keepa - NSW -- The Mirring Women's Group - NSW --The Tiwi Forestry Project - NT -- Memorandum of Understanding between the Southern Anaiwan Elders and Forests NSW --The Pilliga Forests - NSW -- Napranum - Forestry on the Western Cape York Peninsula, Qld -- The Artwork
Extent
29 p.
Other physical details
ill., map

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