The properties and benefits of bush foods and botanicals are well known, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders working in this sector believe this produce is the future of food security.
With an ever-changing climate affecting food production worldwide, how will Indigenous Knowledge influence what we eat in the future?
Join Torres Strait Islander journalist and broadcaster Rhianna Patrick and a panel of experts for an insightful conversation on the future of food from a First Nation’s perspective.
Suzanne is Founder and Managing Director of Yambangku Aboriginal Cultural Heritage and Tourism Development Aboriginal Corporation (YACHATDAC) which manages a 22,000 Acre Property in Outback Central Western Queensland, where she...View Profile
Madonna is owner of Jagera Daran Pty Ltd, a 100% Aboriginal owned and operated Cultural Heritage Consultancy in South East Queensland and Chairperson of BushTukker and Botanicals Indigenous Enterprises Cooperative,...View Profile
Rhianna Patrick is a freelance Torres Strait Islander journalist, broadcaster and audio content creator with 25 years’ experience.View Profile
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