Bush Food, Fibre Plants, a journey with Wiradyuri woman Jo Russell
Learn how the first people lived on country by harvesting the indigenous plants that have grown here for thousands of years.
Also learn how to make Damper.
The Bushfood and Fibre Garden at Westmeadows Indigenous Gardens was established 12 months ago to hold workshops for the community to experience using these plants as cooking ingredient.
Many indigenous plants were also used to make string for basket weaving.
Wiradyuri woman Jo Russell is an expert in bushfood, medicine and fibre plants and has also conducted many tours of Aboriginal heritage sites of cultural significance.
For more information or to register to attend, visit hume.vic.gov.au/Eventbrite/Bush-Food-Fibre-Plants-a-journey-with-Wiradyuri-woman-Jo-Russell-374076271197#
Or contact Westmeadows Indigenous Community Garden Via Attwood House Community Centre