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Aboriginal Plant Use Walks

Aboriginal Plant Use Walks

Starts: Wednesday, 10 July 2024
Ends: Wednesday, 10 July 2024
Adam Shipp is a proud Wiradjuri man and a keen interpreter of traditional Aboriginal plant use. During his NAIDOC week walks at the Australian National Botanic Gardens, you will learn about a range of important native plants found across Australia. There is a great diversity of food, medicinal and fibre plants that we continue to use today. On this interactive walk, you will have an opportunity to smell, feel, and taste, inspiring a deeper understanding of native plants. Meeting outside the Visitor Centre this walk will run for approximately 90 minutes with plenty of opportunities to ask questions along the way. Bookings essential.
Add to Calendar 2024-07-10 12:00 am 2024-07-10 12:00 am Aboriginal Plant Use Walks Adam Shipp is a proud Wiradjuri man and a keen interpreter of traditional Aboriginal plant use. During his NAIDOC week walks at the Australian National Botanic Gardens, you will learn about a range of important native plants found across Australia. There is a great diversity of food, medicinal and fibre plants that we continue to use today. On this interactive walk, you will have an opportunity to smell, feel, and taste, inspiring a deeper understanding of native plants. Meeting outside the Visitor Centre this walk will run for approximately 90 minutes with plenty of opportunities to ask questions along the way. Bookings essential. Clunies Ross Street, Acton , ACT , 2601 , Australia
Clunies Ross Street, Acton , ACT , 2601 , Australia
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