By Nicholas Smith
This informative field guide will help you identify high priority weeds threatening Northern Australia.
Featuring 150 species, this easy to use and up to date guide is essential for all land managers across the north, including pastoralists, park managers and Aboriginal land managers.
$20 per copy + $3 postage, or contact us for discounts for bulk orders of more than five copies.
Top End Gardening – Out of Stock–
By Lachlan McKenzie, Melanie Bradley & Nicholas Gouldhurst
A practical guide to establishing a productive garden, this gardening guide has been developed by the Environment Centre NT with backyard or balcony gardening in mind — following the ethics and principles of Permaculture.
This guide highlights the tremendous scope and opportunity for productive gardening in the Top End and is a handy resource for people seeking an introduction to growing their own fruits, herbs and even chickens.
By Jacinda Brown
A picture book for children produced at Chookshed Studio, situated along the Finniss River, Northern Territory. Most of the photos for this book were taken within this healthy, biodiverse property.
I spy a reptile eye, can you guess who is who?
Written by Heather King, Illustrated by Shelley Keast
Mimih the Mindil Beach mermaid and her friend Baragi, the bottlenose dolphin, have been given an important task by the tooth fairy. On their way home through the Arafura Sea they discover a flatback turtle tangled in a plastic bag on a coral reef.
Mimih calls on all of her friends to help. The sawfish, the manta ray and the dugongs are a few of the tropical sea creatures that work together to save the turtle.
By J Lindley McKay
Frillneck! is a photographic and scientific exploration of the iconic frillneck lizard. Frillneck! details the life cycle, ecology and geographic spread of the frillneck lizard with dozens of high-quality photos and exemplary research.
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