Bring your own chair.
Wine and cheese included in ticket price.
Browse the local artists stalls and enjoy the talks by our special guest.
Please be advised This is an 18+ event. ID will be checked at the door
Gates Open 3:30p.m.
Julie Brett is the author of "Australian Druidry: Connecting with the Sacred Landscape", and "Belonging to the Earth: Nature Spirituality in a Changing World". The basis of her practice and writing lies in Druidry, a nature based spirituality inspired by the ancient Druids and Celtic cultural wisdom, and specifically how it can be practiced with respect to the Australian landscape and its plants, animals, seasons, history and people.
Cheralyn Darcey presents the award-winning weekly gardening radio show, At Home with the Gardening Gang, on Coast FM963, writes the weekly gardening page in three newspapers for Coast Newspapers, voices the syndicated 'Gardening Today' national radio spot, co hosts 'Mostly About Plants' Podcast with Victoria White and is the Community Gardening Educator of SWAMP, (Sustainable Wetlands Agricultural Makers Project) at Tuggerah, NSW. She has also written and illustrated twenty internationally published gardening and ethnobotanical titles that share her love of the botanical world. Cheralyn lives on the Central Coast, at Lake Munmorah, and is also a working member of many environmental initiatives in keeping with her vision to garden and live with a strong commitment to sustainability.
Tracey Howie is a direct descendant of the First Nation people of the NSW Central Coast and Northern Sydney region. She was born and raised here on Country and continues an unbroken connection that spans thousands of years. Tracey is a Director and Senior Cultural Heritage Officer at Guringai Tribal Link Aboriginal Corporation and also sits as a Director for Wannangini Pty Ltd. Tracey was a nominated Awabakal & Guringai Native Title Claimant who had successfully passed the prescribe Native Title Registration Test. She has represented her people and Country in the Land & Environment Court and has over 20 years experience in dealing with Local Council, the NSW Heritage Division and Office of Environment and Heritage (Heritage NSW) for both development and conservation management projects. Tracey is also a founding member of the National Female Aboriginal Cultural Alliance network that supports women and promotes the sharing of skills and knowledge across Australia. Tracey has recently been appointed an honorary board member of the Australian Archaeological Association (AAA) and was a contributor to the AAA response to the Parliamentary Enquiry into the Juukan Gorge destruction
|Event date||24-June-2022 4:00 pm|
|Cut off date||24-June-2022 3:30 pm|
|Speaker||Julie Brett, Cheralyn Darcey & Tracey Howie|
|Location||Wildplant Community Nursery|
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