Kaurna Bush Foods and Sustainability with Clem Newchurch

Kaurna Bush Foods and Sustainability with Clem Newchurch Kaurna Bush Foods and Sustainability with Clem Newchurch Kaurna Bush Foods and Sustainability with Clem Newchurch
Kaurna Bush Foods and Sustainability with Clem Newchurch

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Duration

1 hour

Location

Online

This workshop is available on demand only

Description

Clem is a Kaurna Narungga Kokatha man who has resided in the southern Adelaide region for most of his life. He has extended Ancestral connections to the surrounding South Australian Aboriginal Nations of Yankanyjatjara and Ngarrindjeri. Clem has a passion for native plants that grow around the state of South Australia. In this session he will share his knowledge of South Australian bush foods and other traditional plant uses. He will discuss his thoughts on sustainability and how the native environment can contribute to better climate change outcomes if Aboriginal knowledge is embraced. Clem will provide recommendations for what people can do at home if people wish to explore planting natives in their backyards and will discuss some of the many benefits in doing this. Clem will also talk about basket weaving and weaving nets for fishing. Clem began weaving after learning the Ngarrindjeri weaving style from Ngarrindjeri Elders at Camp Coorong many years ago. He continued weaving at home on Kaurna Country, sourcing materials from his local area, and in doing so, found the appropriate native plants to make string. Clem has since been developing his cultural artistic practice, learning from Elders and other community members, and sharing his knowledge along the way. He is supporting the revival of Ancient Kaurna cultural practices, including net making for fishing and carving. Supported by Green Adelaide

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  • 1 month ago @Kelli Kennedy

    Thanks very much!

  • 1 month ago @LESIA DORNIAK-WALL

    Looking forward to this! Thank you, Clem, for your willjnbness to share this info!

  • 1 month ago @LESIA DORNIAK-WALL

    Looking forward to this! Thank you, Clem, for your willingness to share this info!

  • 1 month ago @Kirsty Dudley

    What a great session to pull together - looking forward to it! Thanks Clem and Greening Adelaide.

  • 1 month ago @Sarah Luscombe

    Ho do I log into the seminar? I have registered but don't have a link.

  • 1 month ago @Liu Helen

    I registered but could not see the live streaming

  • 1 month ago @JAN FORREST

    would loved to have attended however although I registered (twice) no link seems to be available. cheers.

  • 1 month ago @Colin May

    Can't find the seminar

  • 1 month ago @Colin May

    There seems to be a problem with joining this online event. Disappointing 😞

  • 1 month ago @Kate Graham

    put the following link in your web browser https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88546622822

  • 1 month ago @Sue Caldicott

    Just wasted 30 minutes trying to log into event. Registering going through checkout for 0 dollars and zoom link not working. Giving up

  • 1 month ago @Colin May

    @sue caldicott Same as you

  • 1 month ago @Colin May

    Oh well. All finished now. 1 hour from 2.30p.m. ACDT is 3.30p.m. That is an hour will never get back. Unable to join the seminar but not through lack of trying, very trying, options. Disappointing

  • 1 month ago @Colin May

    I have now 5.21p.m. ACDT sent An email via the Contact Us function advising of this issue. Albeit too late. Obviously nobody watching the posts. Disappointing.

  • 1 month ago @Daniella Di Girolamo

    Like others I also never received any info on how to join. I wonder if rather than having to ‘purchase’ a free seminar you could just post up these videos for people to watch at their leisure? Or just stream them somewhere without tickets being required?

  • 1 month ago @Daniella Di Girolamo

    Like others I also never received any info on how to join. I wonder if rather than having to ‘purchase’ a free seminar you could just post up these videos for people to watch at their leisure? Or just stream them somewhere without tickets being required?

  • 1 month ago @Gen Maloney

    Finally got around to watching! Excellent presentation and I learned so much. Thanks Clem and all others involved. 😊