Our Sto­ries

We want to tell the sto­ry of our land. For a long time, the sto­ry of tra­di­tion­al agri­cul­ture was buried. Sto­ries from Elders across the Coun­try were ignored. We respect the keep­ers of these sto­ries and acknowl­edge their resilience. Our sto­ries come from a time when sto­ry began and now we are trans­form­ing these sto­ries into new oppor­tu­ni­ties for Indige­nous peo­ples as part of a jour­ney towards Food Sovereignty.

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ACKNOWL­EDG­ING OUR CUL­TUR­AL LICENCE

We respect the Yuin coun­try and all those Yuin peo­ple who have lived here before us. We acknowl­edge what has been passed on to us by our elders whose courage and endurance has allowed us to share this lore for future care of coun­try for all who live upon her. Noël & Bruce