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Bush tucker garden promotes native ingredients such as finger limes, Davidson's plums, pig face
A sour plum described as "nature's Warheads" and a flower used to help relieve sunburn are part of a new bush tucker garden promoting native ingredients at a coastal town on the New South Wales Mid North Coast.
The garden was borne out of a partnership between Aboriginal education provider Deadly Ed and a holiday park in Forster with the goal of helping locals and visitors learn about the foods of Worimi country.
Learning about bush tucker to strengthen respectful relationships
National Reconciliation Week has begun. It's a time for all Australians to reflect on our shared histories, cultures and achievements. Programs teaching people about Indigenous bush tucker are one way of strengthening respectful relationships and they're proving fun and informative for young and old.
Nurturing the seeds of Reconciliation
Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to reflect and learn about shared histories, cultures and achievements. It also seeks to strengthen respectful relationships between non-Indigenous Australians and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through conversation and meaningful Reconciliation initiatives.