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Wild harvest, desert indigenous benefit & the bush foods industry. International Geographical Union Congress.(2006).
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).
Sustainable bush produce systems: Progress Report 2004-2006. DKCRC Working Paper. 31, 82.(2009).
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).
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).
Patterns of accessing variable resources across time and space: desert plants, animals and people. Journal of Arid Environments . 73, 338-346.(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).
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).
How have businesses that buy bush foods from Aboriginal harvesters in central Australia been sustainable?. Sustainability of Indigenous Communities Conference.(2006).
Commercial harvest and sale of bushfoods in central Australia. International Geographical Association Conference.(2007).
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).
Attention to four key principles can promote health outcomes from desert Aboriginal land management. The Rangeland Journal. 33, 395-416.(2011).
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).
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).
Angka Akatyerr-akert: A Desert raisin report. Community report.(2009).
Aboriginal perspectives on the emerging bush food industry in central Australia.. Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase 2006 - Global Desert Opportunities..(2006).
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).