Warruwi’s Fisheries & Aquaculture Knowledge Project webpage, sponsored by Fisheries Research and Development Council

Linda Mae Ford, Jacqueline Gould, Jenny Inmulugulu, Bunug Galaminda, Barbara Golder, Emily Ford, Nancy Ngalmindjalmag

    Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site

    Abstract

    This website has been developed as part of the 'Warruwi Fisheries and Aquaculture Knowledge Partnership Project'.  Over the last five years, the Darwin Aquaculture Centre has been working with members of the Warruwi community to determine the viability of various aquaculture initiatives on South Goulburn Island.   The Aquaculture Centre's work sits within a broader Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC) project entitled 'Identifying the key social and economic factors to successful engagement in aquaculture ventures by Indigenous communities'.
    This website has been developed to showcase the community and its aquaculture work.
    Original languageEnglish
    Media of outputOnline
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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    Ford, L. M. (Author), Gould, J. (Author), Inmulugulu, J. (Author), Galaminda, B. (Author), Golder, B. (Author), Ford, E. (Author), & Ngalmindjalmag, N. (Author). (2014). Warruwi’s Fisheries & Aquaculture Knowledge Project webpage, sponsored by Fisheries Research and Development Council. Web publication/site, Retrieved from http://yagbaniac14.wix.com/aquacultureknowledgeproject