TLF ID M019431
This is a video about the operation of the Outback Pride project and the value of the Australian native food produced in conjunction with Aboriginal peoples. To a visual background of the nursery at Reedy Creek in South Australia and some of 25 Aboriginal communities involved in the project in SA and Northern Territory, Mike and Gayle Quarmby explain that Outback Pride produces 40 tonnes of native foods a year; grows up to 60 plant species, works with Aboriginal Elders to identify the best species, propagates plants at the nursery and grows them there and in the communities' gardens. The couple also point out the food's health, environmental and historical values. The involvement of schools and students is seen as important and a teacher at Renmark High School describes the benefits. The video lasts 5:11 min and in the last part, the project's grocery products are displayed and the rapid deployment of its fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables to restaurants in Australia and Asia exemplified.