The cultural connection of Indigenous plants with Uncle Wayne Fossey
Australia’s Indigenous plants tell stories of cultural connection. Discover how they have provided spiritual connection to Country for thousands of years. Learn about their practical purposes, including to make food and bush medicine. Find out about the interrelationship between Indigenous plants and our wildlife. This National Reconciliation Week event is presented by the University of Southern Queensland’s Elder in Residence, Uncle Wayne Fossey.Not a library member? If you are a Logan resident, join online now.
To comply with all government COVID health directions, bookings may be required to secure your attendance at the event. Where bookings are required, everyone attending should be booked in. Where an event has not been fully booked, walk-ins may be permitted. Session numbers may be capped depending on space to allow safe physically distancing.
For the safety of library staff and other participants, please do not attend this session if you have COVID-19, are a close contact of someone with COVID-19, or if you are showing COVID-19 symptoms
During the event, participants must adhere to all relevant health directions including physical distancing, hand hygiene and following all directions by library staff.