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Living off our waters

Teachers can enrich their curriculum by teaching students about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sustainable resource management, highlighting the profound link between Indigenous cultures and the environment.

Subject:

Humanities and Social Sciences

Year level:

Level 4

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Rusty Red Sandy Beach. Photographer: Felix Cesare. Source: Getty Images. Used under licence

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