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1. Bruce French, 2006, Food Plants International, Burnie Tasmania
6. Bamboo shoots (cropped), Wikimedia Creative Commons, sourced: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Thorny_Bamboo.jpg
TRADITIONAL VEGETABLES WEBSITE CONTACTS AND LOGOS
Inception Workshop 2014; Inspecting Ketskets crops. From left to right: NARI's Philmah; Village Chieftan Christopher; ACIAR's Dr. Caroline Lemerle; World Vision's Wesphil.
Inception Workshop 2014; Inspecting Port Moresby Site: Featuring Emily (ACIAR), Maria (PNGWIADF), Philmah (NARI), and Monica (World Vision)
Welcoming Ceremony by Local Cultural Group, Buka, 2014. Hosted by World Vision
Australia Week Port Moresby, May 2015