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Indigenous Knowledge Resources

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Welcome to the Indigenous Knowledge Resources Guide

Onkaparinga River National Park, South AustraliaNgangkiparri, place of the women's river. Onkaparinga River National Park, South Australia. Photo by Katie Hannan, CC BY-NC.

 

Marni naa pudni. This guide was developed on Kaurna Country. We pay respect to their Elders, past, and present. We acknowledge that this is unceded land. Ngadlu tampinthi Kaurna miyurna yarta mathanya Wama Tarntanyaku.

 

To collaborate you need to build a relationship. From relationships partnerships develop. This work is the result of a collaboration between CSIRO Library Services and the Office for Indigenous Engagement and we look forward to working more closely together in the future. We extend respect to Australia's first scientists, to Indigenous knowledge holders and researchers over many generations, past, present, and into the future.