2021 Act-Belong-Commit Kaddatji Nyungar Boodja Plants and Culture

Traditional Custodian and Esperance Tjaltjraak Ranger, Jennell Reynolds, gave a special community presentation on Saturday August 14th at Lake Wheatfield in the lead up to the 2021 Esperance Wildflower Festival.

This presentation was part of the Act Belong Commit Kaddatji Nyungar Boodja Plants and Culture program.

This was one of 17 sessions that were delivered to school and community groups from August – September in association with the 2021 Esperance Wildflower Festival.

Other sessions included; a visit to Lake Monjinup with the Esperance Photographers Club Inc; a free community session at the Esperance Civic Centre; hosting Escare Incorporated and the Yorga Barmah Aboriginal Women’s Art and Language Group at Esperance Community Arts Space; visiting the Food Science students at Esperance Anglican Community School; participating in Escare Incorporated‘s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Children’s Day; and presenting to over 100 students from the surrounding Esperance communities of Condingup, Munglinup, Cascade, Salmon Gums and Scaddan.

Many thanks to Esperance Tjaltjraak Native Title Aboriginal Corporation and to Jennell for delivering this program and for making this opportunity available outside of working hours!

Find out more about the Esperance Wildflower Festival  – https://www.esperancewildflowerfestival.com/