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NAIDOC Week: Native Food Plants - Cultural Connection

Please join us at the Hills Environment Centre & The Summit Community Centre for this very special event with Aunty Daphney River Woman Rickett and Ranger D.

native seeds in wooden bowls.

NAIDOC Week: Native Food Plants - Cultural Connection

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Join us for a special event featuring Aunty Daphney River Woman Rickett and Ranger D at the Hills Environment Centre and The Summit Community Centre.

Aunty Daphney is a respected Elder, artist, and expert in traditional uses of Australian plants. Ranger D brings 35 years of conservation experience and a deep connection to the land.

Together, they'll explore the historical and contemporary uses of native resources and offer tastings of native foods and herbal tea.

Children over 8+ are welcome with adult supervision.

Book your spot now.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn about Aboriginal art, culture, and native foods.

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