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Stone tools used by indigenous Australians found on farms

Rural News

Researchers are encouraging farmers to have a conversation about unique stones found on their property.

Finding indigenous stone tools is reasonably common on some farms, now the Australian National University is hosting a series of events throughout the New South Wales Riverina to learn more.

It’s hoped the forums will help resolve the complex issues facing farmers when they find an artefact on their property.

To find out more rural reporter Eddie Summerfield spoke with lead Researcher Dr Robyn McKenzie.

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