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Respecting Aboriginal people and their knowledge:Protocols for people involved in commercial bush foods enterprises, research and development with produce and knowledge from Central Australia. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Aboriginal employment at the Alice Springs Desert Park: roles and processes in cultural – natural resource management. Invited presentation to Indigenous Education and Employment Taskforce.(2008).
To hunt and to hold: Martu Aboriginal people's uses and knowledge of their country, with implications for co-management in Karlamilyi (Rudall River) National Park and the Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia. Anthropology and Plant Biology. Doctor of Philosophy, 476.(2009).
No bush foods without people: the essential human dimension to the sustainability of trade in native plant products from desert Australia . The Rangeland Journal. 33, 395-416.(2011).
How have businesses that buy bush foods from Aboriginal harvesters in central Australia been sustainable?. Sustainability of Indigenous Communities Conference.(2006).
Sustainable bush produce systems: Progress Report 2004-2006. DKCRC Working Paper. 31, 82.(2009).
Patterns of accessing variable resources across time and space: desert plants, animals and people. Journal of Arid Environments . 73, 338-346.(2009).
Commercial harvest and sale of bushfoods in central Australia. International Geographical Association Conference.(2007).
Wild harvest, desert indigenous benefit & the bush foods industry. International Geographical Union Congress.(2006).
Aboriginal perspectives on the emerging bush food industry in central Australia.. Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase 2006 - Global Desert Opportunities..(2006).
Research governance - convening the Merne Altyerr-ipenhe (Food from the Creation time) Reference Group. ( , Ed.).Indigenous community engagement at Charles Darwin University. 36-37.(2008).
Australian harvest: installation display on bush food processes and products from central Australia, National Symbols of Australia gallery, Feeding the Nation exhibition. 2 metre x 2 metre: Text, art and object installation on display from 2006-2009.(2009).
Anpernirrentye (Relationships between people, plants, laws and all things): Arrernte values in landscapes and iconic bush food species. Society for Ecological Restoration International (SERI) World Conference on Ecological Restoration.(2009).
Anperrentye: Relationships between Bush foods, Creation, Laws, People, Country and All things, illustrated by three plant species. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Livelihoods inLand: promoting health and wellbeing outcomes from desert Aboriginal land management. DKCRC Research Report. 78,(2010).
Jobs and livelihoods – ways forward for ‘being on country’. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Attention to four key principles can promote health outcomes from desert Aboriginal land management. The Rangeland Journal. 33, 395-416.(2011).
Angka Akatyerr-akert: A Desert raisin report. Community report.(2009).