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Living Knowledge: The Plants of Murujuga was produced based on three field surveys in 2009 and a followup survey in 2011 to fill in data gaps. For each field survey, representatives from the five Traditional Custodian language groups at that time - the Yaburara, Ngarluma, Yindjibarndi, Mardudhunera and Wong-Goo-Tt-Oo - were nominated to attend, along with the project botanist, linguist and a Woodside representative.The group visited numerous sites across the Burrup Peninsula, collecting plant samples and recording stories of their traditional uses. The plants collected were taken back to Roebourne following each survey to be discussed with a wider audience, including any Elders who were unable to visit the field sites.Local botanist Vicki Long recorded all knowledge collated, identified plant species and lodged them with the WA Herbarium.


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