The Resource Aboriginal land management: : weeds - feral animals - ranger work

Aboriginal land management: : weeds - feral animals - ranger work

Label
Aboriginal land management: : weeds - feral animals - ranger work
Title
Aboriginal land management:
Title remainder
weeds - feral animals - ranger work
Title variation
Weeds - feral animals - ranger work
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Andrew Drenen of Central Land Council and Sunil Dhanji of Greening Australia give an account of the damage caused by weeds and feral animals in Central Australia and how community rangers can rectify or stop the damage
Member of
Characteristic
videorecording
Credits note
Andrew Drenen - Central Land Council, Sunil Dhanji - Greening Australia, Davis Albrecht - NT Government, Bruce Fuhrer, Bruce Thomson - NT Government, Bruce Taylor, Central Land Council
Government publication
local government publication
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1944-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Drenen, Andrew
  • Dhanji, Sunil
  • Dobson, Veronica Perrurle
  • Foster, Leslie
  • Tangentyere Council (Alice Springs, N. T.)
  • Tangentyere Landcare
Runtime
84
Series statement
Aboriginal land care / Tangentyere Landcare and Environmental Health Unit
Series volume
3
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Anmatyerr Kwaty Project
  • Muru-Warinyi Ankkul Rangers
  • Tjuwanpa Rangers
  • Warlpiri Rangers
  • Jaru Pirrjirdi Project
  • Land use
  • Land use, Rural
  • Feral animals
  • Weeds
  • Environmental degradation
Target audience
general
Technique
live action
Label
Aboriginal land management: : weeds - feral animals - ranger work
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Images provided by Andrew Drenen and Mike Gillam
Contents
Weeds and feral animals in Central Australia-- Community ranger group-- Interviews with traditional owners-- Anmatyerr kwaty project
Control code
000041202611
Dimensions
3 3/4 in.
Extent
1 videodisc (DVD) (ca. 84 min.)
Governing access note
AIATSIS Rare Book and Research Collection materials are stored offsite and require a minimum of two business days advance notice for bookings. Access conditions for some items may be restricted due to their cultural content, rarity, value or physical condition.
Other physical details
sd., coloured
Label
Aboriginal land management: : weeds - feral animals - ranger work
Publication
Note
Images provided by Andrew Drenen and Mike Gillam
Contents
Weeds and feral animals in Central Australia-- Community ranger group-- Interviews with traditional owners-- Anmatyerr kwaty project
Control code
000041202611
Dimensions
3 3/4 in.
Extent
1 videodisc (DVD) (ca. 84 min.)
Governing access note
AIATSIS Rare Book and Research Collection materials are stored offsite and require a minimum of two business days advance notice for bookings. Access conditions for some items may be restricted due to their cultural content, rarity, value or physical condition.
Other physical details
sd., coloured

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