First Nation Farmers

Season 1
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Season 1, Episode 5 - Stone Walls

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Many farming properties across southern Australia have dry-stone walls. Constructed mostly during the the 19th century, they were built to clear land and define boundaries, but their history precedes European settlement.
17:00

Season 1, Episode 4 - Fighting For Country

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After World War I, a grateful nation granted land to tens-of-thousands of returned Australian soldiers, but not to nearly all of the 800 Indigenous men who also fought for their country. Their fight for equality continues.
12:00

Season 1, Episode 2 - Native Oysters

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The people of Goulburn Island in the Arafura Sea have been eating and trading oysters for centuries. Now the remote Aboriginal community has set up an oyster farm to grow black lip oysters and create jobs.
16:00

Season 1, Episode 1 - Bunya Nuts

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The fruit of the majestic Bunya Pine has been an important part of indigenous culture for thousands of years. Today many landowners consider it dangerous and garden waste but an Indigenous artist believes it deserves better.
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