In 2010 the Desert Park is
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Quandong fruits
on an exciting and ambitious project – the Desert Farm. Our quest is to grow and harvest sufficient native central Australian food to feed the wildlife in the Park’s collection. We may well produce enough ‘wild foods’ for the Desert Park’s café. No one has attempted a project of this caliber before.


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Bush Banana
Your school can help the Desert Park reduce its carbon footprint by helping us grow and harvest native foods. Students can work with our team to learn about the ethnobotany of Central Australia.


Individual programs can be created to suit the needs of your class. To find out more about the opportunities to be involved contact Scott Pullyblank, Curator of Life Sciences on
8951 8764 or email scott.pullyblank@nt.gov.au


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Bush Potato