As part of the ACT Government’s Adopt A Park program we have some funding this year for signage around the park. The type of information we envisage for the signs includes:• Ngunawal Language Park Name• Acknowledgement of Country• Ngunawal history and cultural significance of this area• Landscape designs and park map, park description• Description ofContinue reading “Park Signage Ideas”
Our working bee has been postponed to Saturday 13 August 2 – 4 pm, given the muddy conditions. All this rain has left the rocks and logs sparkling clean, and the dry creek bed is full! It looks amazing but the ground is soft and muddy. We don’t want to damage the landscape, in theseContinue reading “Working Bee Postponed”
Our Monthly working bee is kicking off in August! Join us on the first Saturday of each month between 2 – 4 pm in the park to help us care and maintain for the Micro-Forest, Food Forest, Floriade Garden Beds and surrounds. Please wear full shoes and bring gloves. It might be cold so pleaseContinue reading “Monthly Working Bees”
Please join us for this very special community session with Ngunawal Traditional Custodian Tyronne Bell @thunderstone01 on Saturday 3 September at 2 pm in the Holt Micro-Forest. Tyronne will commence this session with a Welcome to Country. He will teach us about the cultural significance of the area and display traditional artefacts and stone tools,Continue reading “Ngunawal Community Connection”
Hi everyone! We are going to be setting up a regular monthly working bee to undertake maintenance work around the park including at the Micro-Forest, Food Forest and Floriade Garden Beds. We would like to gauge which time slots are most convenient for the group. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like indicate your preferredContinue reading “Monthly Working Bees”
An exciting update from Corey on the food forest plant list: Hi everyone, I hope winter is treating you well and you’re looking forward to planting out our food forest in spring. 🌱🌻 It’s getting close to time where I’ll be finalising the list and placing orders with suppliers. Before I do I wanted toContinue reading “Food Forest Plant List”
Today at lunch time I had the wonderful opportunity to meet Ngunawal artists Jazz & Kristal from Wilay Designs – Aboriginal Artists at the Micro-forest. It was wonderful to finally meet them in person and talk further about our plans for a community mural “Caring for Country”. Dhjan Yimaba Jazz & Kristal, this is veryContinue reading “Jazz & Kristal – Wilay Designs”
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