Using Indigenous PlantsDVD - 2006
"This program shows many of the uses Aboriginal people developed for their native plants - for food, medicine, tools and weapons. It gives us an insight into the relationship Aborigines have with the harsh Australian environment. The program follows a young Aboriginal horticulturalist, John Belling, as he explains these fascinating trees and plants, located at Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens, to his two teenage friends, Michelle and Matt. The program teaches a respect for indigenous plants, while developing an awareness of the diversity of plant life."--Container.
Publisher: Eight Mile Plains, Qld. : 
Branch Call Number: DVD 581.630994 NATU
Characteristics: 1 disc (20 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences
Alternative Title: Using indigenous plants