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Forest Voices – a Mount Tomah community event

Join us for a relaxed round table discussion with local experts to find out what’s been happening in our area and help plan for the future of our region. From 1pm – 4pm November 26th, 2022 in the Waratah Room at Mt Tomah Botanical Gardens. Round Table Discussion led by Billy Gruner. Guest speakers: Allen … Read more

Song Lines in Darug Country

Join Jacinta Tobin in a workshop covering her research on song lines in Darug Country as a Darug woman on a walk of revitalisation of her culture. Jacinta is developing greater understandings on how to read signals and signs in Country, while learning to trust and strengthen her own ways of knowing how to connect. … Read more

No Waste on Country

Join Bunjalung woman Janelle Randall-Court and Baglady Shirley Lewis for this workshop which will look at  culture, caring for country and making it fun. Specially designed for families, but open to all. This FREE event is part of ReIMAGINE – a headline Festival of Resilience event. For more information or to RSVP click here. Numbers limited to … Read more

Generation Restoration – celebrating 30 years of Bushcare in the Blue Mountains

Join The Bushcare Team and Lis Bastian (Blue Mountains Planetary Health Initiative) in this celebration of the extraordinary story of bushcarers in the Blue Mountains. The original Generation Restoration, learn about the motivations, the joys and the achievements of the bushcare movement in the Blue Mountains. This FREE event is part of ReIMAGINE – a headline … Read more

Gundungurra Aboriginal Cultural Concepts in the 21st Century

Join David King aka Dingo Darbo, a Gundungurra man, on his journey with Country, Culture & Community. 10am – 11:30am Saturday 24th September Mavis Wood Hall, Mid Mountains Community Centre, Lawson. This FREE workshop is part of ReIMAGINE – a headline Festival of Resilience event. For more information or to RSVP click here.

In the press – Festival reimagines future

Published in the Blue Mountains Gazette 14 September 2022: HOW do I start a community garden? Is zero waste really possible? How would we manage if our roads were cut off by natural disaster? What could a wellbeing economy look like in the Blue Mountains? These are some of questions that will be explored at the … Read more

Wild Skills Workshop with Diego Bonetto + Leafy

Reconnecting with the primal skills of our ancestors is nourishing, invigorating, and fun! The skills you’ll learn on this family-friendly weekend are ancient art forms practiced by all cultures around the world for countless generations. These skills are a powerful way to revive our connection to the earth. Join renowned forager Diego Bonetto and Bushcraft … Read more

The Blue Gum Forest: a place, what does it mean to you?

From the original indigenous custodians, then the colonial explorers, to the 1930s bushwalkers, to today’s visitors: how have people regarded and connected with the Blue Gum Forest. Historian Andy Macqueen and ecologist Wyn Jones will explore these questions and ask – “90 years since the forest’s reservation – does it matter?” FREE EVENT but RSVP … Read more

Darug Songlines

Tickets $10, children FREE Join Darug woman Jacinta Tobin for a workshop that gives honour to song with its power and potential. This is not song for song’s sake, this is song for Country’s sake. The aim is to assist in bringing better understanding of Country and Connection, how is this related to music and … Read more