Exploring the connection between Aboriginal culture and pollination is the focus of a SWCC workshop on Wednesday 5 June at Barrabup Pool near Nannup. Wadandi/Pibulmun cultural custodian Iszaac Webb of the Undalup Association will share his traditional ecological knowledge and understanding of the location with participants. SWCC project manager...
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THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST! Walk and talk with Wadandi/Pibulmun cultural custodian Iszaac (Waalitj) Webb and learn more about pollinators, traditional ecological knowledge and the Aboriginal continuous connection to Country. WHEN: Wed, 5 June 2019 WHERE: Barrabup Pool, Nannup This project is supported by...
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