Upcoming Indigenous Plant Use Sessions with Aaron Chatfield

I am grateful for the opportunity today to meet with Aaron Chatfield from Dreamtime Connections – to tour Gawari Mada and map out the upcoming community sessions. Aaron will teach us about Indigenous plant use. The sessions will also include sample bush tucker, boomerang lessons, ochre painting, planting and perhaps even some fresh damper! AaronContinue reading “Upcoming Indigenous Plant Use Sessions with Aaron Chatfield”

Indigenous plants at Gawari Mada

Our March community session on Indigenous plants at Gawari Mada with Aaron Chatfield booked out pretty quickly. Don’t worry if you missed out, we have two more sessions coming up soon. Complimentary tickets for the community have been made possible by the ACT Government Adopt A Park program. Sunday 23 April at 2 pmhttps://events.humanitix.com/gawari-mada-holt-indigenous-plant-use-april-session SaturdayContinue reading “Indigenous plants at Gawari Mada”

Indigenous Plant Session 25 March

Please join us for this amazing experience with Dreamtime Connections’ Aaron Chatfield on Country at Gawari Mada to learn about Indigenous plants in the Micro-Forest and Food Forest on 25 March 2023 at 10 am. Aaron will teach us about native plant use, traditional tools and Indigenous culture. You will also have a chance toContinue reading “Indigenous Plant Session 25 March”

World Habitat Day Picnic 26 October

Our wonderful supporters at Capital Region Community Services (CRCS) are holding a Sustainability Working Group picnic at Gawari Mada on Wednesday 26 October 12 noon to 1 pm in honour of World Habitat Day. You’re invited to join us on-site to hear more about the Holt Food Forest and Micro-Forest from community leaders Corey andContinue reading “World Habitat Day Picnic 26 October”

Planting Day at The Food Forest

Thank you to everyone who came along on Sunday 25 September to set up the food forest! 🌲🍎 We smashed through it at a blistering pace and everything is now ready for spring. 🌺 We have around 200 plants (around 100 different edible species) across the 5 themed gardens and the pollinator patch. 🐝 AContinue reading “Planting Day at The Food Forest”