Case study

Traditional Plant Use of the Dulabed family

Qandong fruit

Qandong fruit
Photo R. Lester

The name Dulabed comes from one of the traditional stories involving  the boomerang son. Traditional Knowledge has been recorded  from Nungabana (George Davis) and has been published in books and a website. This knowledge is now being used by the Dulabed descendants to establish traditional plant use gardens.

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