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Policy brief: Land-based livelihoods

Land-based livelihoods in the Outback include pastoralism, tourism and mining, including Indigenous enterprises, as well as supporting activities such as natural resource management services, and also smaller land-based activities such as local horticulture, aquaculture, bush food production, etc.  Together they contribute significantly to the national economy, and manage an enormous area of Australia on behalf of the nation.  Support through management, marketing, training or partnerships for these need to allow for their Outback context.

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