'Looking after country two-ways': Insights into Indigenous community-based conservation from the Southern Tanami
KeywordsKeywords: community resource management
Tanami Desert Aboriginal land management
Indigenous ecological knowledge (IEK)
Indigenous Protected Areas
Natural and cultural resource management (NCRM)
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AbstractThis paper offers insights and practical lessons for a 'two-way' approach to combining Indigenous and non-Indigenous ecological knowledge in environmental planning and management. It is based on the experience of developing an Indigenous Protected Area to conserve 10 million hectares of biologically and culturally significant land in the Southern Tanami region of Central Australia.
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