Australian wild rice: a potential new sustainable wild food enterprise
Projects in this theme
P. Wurm and S. Bellairs
This project will investigate the feasibility of harvesting and processing native rices with a view to preparing novelty food products for sale in the tourism industry. This project is a feasibility study that may lead to the longer term development of small enterprises.
Wurm P. and Bellairs S.(2011). RIRDC (Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation) ($18,750)
Market evaluation of native rice enterprise. In collaboration with Adelaide River Traditional Owners, Aboriginal Bush Traders, Northern Land Council with support from NT Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries.
Wurm P., Bellairs S.(CDU), Lindsay Campbell (Uni Syd), Batten (SeaCrest Pty Ltd) Rea N. (CDU) (2008-9). RIRDC (Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation) ($15,400)
Australian wild rice: A new sustainable wild food enterprise.
Report available at https://rirdc.infoservices.com.au/items/10-175 For other information about the project, listen to a short interview on ABC Rural Radio at: http://www.abc.net.au/rural/content/2012/s3613708.htm
|2012||Report||Australian native rice: A new sustainable wild food enterprise. Research Project No PRJ000347/Publication No 10/175 (Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, 2012). at <https://rirdc.infoservices.com.au/items/10-175>|
|Status||Project Identifier||Collaborating organisations||Funding organisations|
|Current||R-0350||Adelaide River Traditional Owners, Aboriginal Bush Traders, Northern Land Council with support from NT Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries||Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation|