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Growing food for healthy communities: a workbook for Aboriginal communities (2006)

Author

Byrne J, Anda M

Publisher

Remote Area Developments Group

City

Murdoch, WA

Type

Handbook

 

Description

This handbook that has been co-produced with a DVD, that demonstrates how communities can grow their own fruit and vegetables for healthy nutrition. Presented in the form of a story, the book follows the Warrel family as they make improvements to their home and property. Topics covered include:

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

When to use this resource

This booklet aims to provide practical information that may be useful to Indigenous communities interested in growing their own fresh fruit and vegetables. It can be used to guide the creation of community gardens which are an excellent source of low-cost fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as providing exercise for those working in the gardens.

The booklet is also linked to training modules so it can be used as part of other training programs such as the Certificate of Horticultural Skills (Aboriginal Communities) and Certificate II Australian Land Conservation and Restoration.

Contact details

Josh Byrne and Associates
PO Box 1866
Fremantle WA 6959
Ph: (08) 9433 3721
Fax: 08) 9433 3728

Copies of this resource are not available in hardcopy. The PDF can be downloaded from the link below.

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Last updated: 25 July 2012
 
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