Four stars in the night sky have been formally recognised by their Australian Aboriginal names.
A professor and a group of students have uncovered a spearhead, said to have been used 100 years ago for trade and hunting.
As Australian industries grow increasingly concerned with conservation, scientists, government agencies, and companies are turning to Aboriginal Australians for their ancient knowledge of living on and with the land. Drawing on ancient traditions, Indigenous communities are providing innovative solutions in farming, healthcare, land management, and conservation. Read more about Australia’s Indigenous innovators in AG#132, out now.