Cultural immersion for students on lake

FOUR school groups joined Barapa Barapa traditional owners and environment organisations at Reedy Lake last Friday for a day of activities focussed on land and water management, climate change adaptation and culture.

The day's activities, arranged by Barapa Land & Water Environment Land Management Services (Barapa Land & Water), included a traditional Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony, cultural storytelling with Uncle Ron and Sarah Murray, traditional weaving with Aunty Marilyne Nicholls and canoeing on the lake.

Gannawarra Times

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