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Tropical Indigenous Ethnobotany Centre

staff of the Tropical Indigenous Botany Centre

Tropical Indigenous Botany Centre field trip

Informing and supporting Australian First People’s rights and interests in protecting, conserving and managing their biocultural resources. Inclusion of Australian First People’s cultural and intellectual property as a core component in all related scientific processes. Developing certainty for future generations to collaborate with key stakeholders in the assessment and design of related social, economic, environmental and cultural opportunities.

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