Your Say: Shaping NRM in the Wheatbelt
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Further emphasis on engagement with Noongar people in land-use and sustainable food production using traditional knowledge and native Australian flora and fauna. We urgently need to move away from a European-style farming system which continues to destroy our land and its ecosystems, and which is becoming increasingly difficult as climate extremes worsen, and make a transition to plants and and animals that are native to and much more tolerant of this country's extremes. Breaking into the community through hands on biodiversity conservation programs is a good way to spread this message of education. To truly love country we must take inspiration from the First Australians and engage with this land's natural assets on every level, especially through food. The book 'Going Native' is a bible in this transition.

Simon Cherriman
2 months ago · 4 votes · 0 comments
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