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Remote Indigenous Gardens Network project

 

Overview

The Remote Indigenous Gardens (RIG) Network project is a cross-sectoral networking initiative that aims to help connect people who have an interest in the social and economic contributions that local food garden projects and small enterprises can make to the food security and wellbeing of remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

RIG Network is a project initiative of Southern Exchange, Sydney. It has been made possible by funding granted by the Australian Government through the Remote Enterprise Centre Discretionary Grant Program of Enterprise Connect.

Abstract adapted from Remote Indigenous Gardens Network

Contacts

Anthea Fawcett
Founder
Remote Indigenous Gardens Network
Ph: (02) 9818 1580
Mobile: 0419 478856
Email: anthea@remoteindigenousgardens.net

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Last updated: 7 August 2014
 
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