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Leah Feuerherdt

Healthy Country Planning Queensland Short Course 2024

Registrations are open for a Healthy Country Planning training course near Innisfail, Far North Queensland. This region is a special place where two world heritage areas meet – the Wet Tropics Rainforest, and the Great Barrier Reef. The Dyirribarra Bagirbarra people are the traditional custodians of this area and have deep and continuing interrelationships between land, spirituality, community and environment.
Damon Pyke

Kwodjet Goorliny (Walking Together) Symposium

I was very lucky to attend the Kwodjet Goorliny (Walking Together) Symposium on Menang Boodjar (Country) in Albany last week. This was a very special opportunity to learn more about cross cultural knowledge and looking after country initiatives across Noongar Boodjar, to hear the stories of Noongar Elders and families and to connect with leaders and practitioners.
Sarah Eccles

International Women’s Day 2024

Today, I want to recognise and celebrate the deadly as First Nations women looking after their Country and communities, for the work they do tirelessly every day! I want to highlight the women’s networks investing in women to come together, to have unity in struggles and create space to collectively work out ways to meet our local communities’ needs, to support First Nations voices and leadership in creating positive change.
Toona Berwick

Supporting Collective Community Action for our Great Barrier Reef

Last week Leah and I had the lucky task of travelling to Yunbenun-Magnetic Island to spend two days working with an inspiring group of community leaders from across the Great Barrier Reef coast. Each community leader came with their region’s Community Action Plan, developed using the Conservation Standards and built on the shared values, knowledge, aspirations and priorities of people and groups protecting, restoring and advocating for the Reef in their local communities.
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