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Deep past could hold clues for a sustainable future

Understanding more about how Aboriginal People sustained life over many millennia could benefit us today in terms of food certainty and food security. But simplistic labelling of Aboriginal People as ‘hunter-gatherers’ or ‘agriculturalists’ hides the diversity of food systems developed by Indigenous Australians prior to European colonisation, according to a…

✨  Our Welcome Baby to Country event was a huge success today with a heartwarming ceremony for new babies aged 0-36 months born on Djandak. This annual event is a beautiful way to recognize the special connection that every infant shares with the land on which they are born. ✨  It…

Agencies on board with Dja Dja Wurrung water vision

Water industry representatives joined Dja Dja Wurrung water knowledge holders, Elders, and Dja Dja Wurrung Group staff today to celebrate progress towards implementing the Djaara Gatjin (water) strategy, which was officially launched by the Campaspe River in Axedale. Since the Strategy, Dhelkunyangu Gatjin (‘Working together to heal water’) was released…

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