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We had:

Bram Mason, General Manager at Black Duck Foods talking about how cultural harvest helps native tuber ‘go gangbusters’ in regional Victoria. Black Duck Foods in Mallacoota, Victoria is finding new ways to pay homage to traditional methods while growing native plants and species.

Nini Mills, CEO of Nyamba Buru Yawuru talking about culturally appropriate health campus to be built in Broome. A new health and wellbeing campus designed by a local Indigenous corporation has been announced on Yawuru owned-land in Broome. Nini Mills said the campus would support physical, emotional, and mental health to help Yawuru people feel resilient and empowered.

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