Native food and medicine garden at Warriparinga

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A bush food and medicine garden to celebrate indigenous culture.

This project did not receive enough votes to be funded.

Project details

Suggested by Jeffrey

Sponsored by Kaurna Nation Cultural Heritage Association & Marion Council

Budget

$45,000.00

58 votes received

Native food and medicine gardens are a great way to share the understanding of traditional use of indigenous plants while improving the biodiversity of the environment. The garden would be established at Warriparinga, visited by 18,000 people a year. The site is recognised for its cultural and environmental education for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal visitors. It would showcase the plants Kaurna and other Aboriginal people use for healing and eating, adding to the year-round visitor experience to this culturally and spiritually significant site. This project will provide a model for research, training and education for other communities across the Adelaide Plains.

This project did not receive enough votes to be funded.

Project details

Suggested by Jeffrey

Sponsored by Kaurna Nation Cultural Heritage Association & Marion Council

Budget

$45,000.00

58 votes received

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