WYANGALA - NATIONAL SCIENCE WEEK 2023
Orange Cowra Cabonne Science Hub
Join us for National Science Week Event: WYANGALA - AUG - 12th
The WYANGALA program runs all day to early evening guided by First Nation scientists, arts-workers and knowledge holders through a series of walks, presentations and interactive workshops.
The program raises awareness about flood-related environmental impact, focussing on habitat, natural ecologies, and riparian health. The program aims to deepen an understanding of the symbiosis between humans, natural events, and the environment, whilst highlighting the conservation of local ecosystems and habitat. Learn how to identify plants and medicines for cultural use, broaden your knowledge with Traditional fire management practice, and Indigenous sky stories.
Located at the CORRIDOR project 2997 Darbys Falls Road Wyangala, NSW [20mins from Cowra, 10mins from Wyangala Dam] Supported by: Inspiring Australia NSW, Arts Out West, Orange Local Land Services, the CORRIDOR project