The indigenous pastoral project: People achieving development, conservation and people outcomes

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Ashley, M.
Hudd, A.
Richardson, G.
Trier, A.
Australian Rangeland Society
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The Indigenous Pastoral Project (IPP) was developed during 2003 to improve land management and pastoral outcomes for Aboriginal people in the rangeland regions of the Top End of the Northern Territory. Currently Aboriginal people own and manage approximately 65,000 sq km of rangeland areas within the Northern Land Council (NLC) region. The IPP will assist Traditional Owners achieve land management outcomes by establishing sustainable economic enterprises on Aboriginal owned pastoral stations. ...
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13th Biennial Conference of the Australian Rangeland Society, Alice Springs
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Monday, July 5, 2004
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Conference Paper
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Use this form to cite paper: Anderson, L., van Klinken,R.D.,and Shepherd, D. (2008). Aerially surveying Mesquite (Prosopis spp.) in the Pilbara. In: ‘A Climate of Change in the Rangelands. Proceedings of the 15thAustralian Rangeland Society Biennial Conference’. (Ed. D. Orr) 4 pages. (Australian Rangeland Society: Australia).
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