We and some of our Indigenous Enterprise Groups are deeply involved in a range of other related projects.
Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia: Annual report 2021
The ARC Training Centre has been involved with the Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) for many years. To read about the impact this program of work has had during the last year, as well as our and our Indigenous Partner’s involvement, view the annual report by clicking here.
Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia: ‘Improving the Efficiency of Kakadu Plum Value Chains’
This three year research project aims to review the existing value chains within the established Kakadu Plum / Gubinge (Terminalia ferdinandiana) industry. This process will assist the project team to identify value chain improvements and improve the reliable supply of consistently high quality Kakadu Plum products to the growing market.
Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia: ‘Enabling a Traditional Australian Medicinal Plants Agribusiness’
This project aims to establish a model for a new agribusiness in Northern Australia based on native medicinal plants. It is combining science and traditional Indigenous knowledge to develop a prototype range of natural healthcare products for the domestic and international herbal medicines markets.