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Living on the Lower Namoi
« on: April 27, 2013, 11:18:42 AM »
Living on the Lower Namoi

Living on the Lower Namoi is a collection of oral histories produced by NSW DPI and Namoi CMA in association with the local community of Walgett.
The booklet couples personal recollections with current information about the status of the region.
Some of the locals recall the river looking much different when they were kids, noting that it has changed significantly over time; there arenít as many native fish and the water is no longer clear.
The stories have been given willingly by the local Aboriginal and fishing communities, and they give us an insight into the history of the river, the fish and the people at Walgett.

For more information contact Milly Hobson on 02 6763 1206 or see attached PDF document to read.


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Re: Living on the Lower Namoi
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2013, 05:18:33 PM »
Where is the attached .pdf?

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Where is the attached .pdf?

It's there now Jim.  :tick

 

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