‘AS A NYUNGAR MAN WHO GREW UP NEAR THE DRYANDRA WOODLANDS, NEAR NARROGIN, THIS VALUABLE NATURE CONSERVATION AREA HOLDS CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AND I AM GRATEFUL TO THE WIILMAN ELDERS FOR THEIR ROLE IN THIS PROJECT, WHICH SEEKS TO ADVANCE RECONCILIATION BY HEALING LAND AND PEOPLE,’ SAYS DISCOVERY INDIGENOUS RESEARCHER, DARRYL KICKETT.
Darryl Kickett (centre) with Narrogin-based Research Assistant and Dryandra Wilman Elder Travis Abraham (left) and Wilman Elder Clive Abraham (right). Credit: Curtin University.
FIRST AUSTRALIANS’ COLLABORATIONS AND KNOWLEDGES
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