News & Events
Always fantastic to see media spotlight on Uniquely Australian Foods with native edible halophytes highlighted in QAAFI news this week. See the links below for the full articles. How these native Australian plants could deliver..
It was in spectacular bushland surroundings that Indigenous Plants for Health held its 3rd field day for 2022 (19-21st Nov). Around 30 people from across QLD and NSW gathered on the private property of Foxbar..
Indigenous Enterprise Partners Tracey and Doug Goebel from Native Oz Bushfoods recently welcomed two of our PhD candidates, Nolana Lynch and Mokaddes Ahmed Dipu (Dipu), and Engagement Coordinator Sophie Ader to their property out at..
The Indigenous research partners of the UAF Centre had a hugely successful few days at Tropical Agriculture (TropAg) this November! This year was the first time we have had such a big representation of Indigenous..
At the start of October 2022, the Uniquely Australian Foods (UAF) Industrial Transformation Training Centre had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Jonathan Mabry, Director of Tucson Arizona’s Creative City of Gastronomy organisation. The Creative City..
Whilst in town for the Social Enterprise World Forum – SEWF22, it was a delightful privilege to take future Indigenous students Tahlia On and Marlise Edwards and their mother Michelle On, from Kiril Park Wild..