Title:

People development program: FRDC Indigenous development scholarship - Angela Jeffery

Project Number:

2008-326.38

Organisation:

Agriculture Victoria

Project Status:

Completed

FRDC Expenditure:

$10,000.00

Program(s):

People

Objectives

1. Develop a better understanding (self and community) of Aboriginal fishing practices - past and new - through development of educational materials

FRDC People Development Program: 2008 Indigenous development scholarship

Final Report
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Author(s):Angela Jeffery
Date Published:June 2015

The aim of this project was to develop a better understanding of Aboriginal fishing practices (past and present) through the development of educational materials.

This was to be undertaken as on-the-job training while working at Fisheries Victoria’s Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre (MFDC) and, as a result of this scholarship, by researching indigenous fishing methods at the National Museum of Australia.

Indigenous Australian Fishing Past and Present

Poster
ISBN:
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Author(s):Angela Jeffery
Date Published:June 2015
A state by state overview of traditional fishing practice

Wadawurrung Traditional Fishing Methods

Poster
ISBN:
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Author(s):Angela Jeffery
Date Published:June 2015
Traditional fishing methods of the Wadawurrung, the traditional owners of the country on which the MFDC stands