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Bush Foods & Survival Plans

'Jamie Simpson has spent decades studying Melbournes Indigenous culture. Growing up in bushland on the Mornington Peninsula Jamie observed the seasonal changes within the environment and made particular observation of the edible and useful indigenous plant. Combined with further research into colonial archives he has accumulated a wealth of knowledge. Jamie is qualified with a Diploma of Horticulture and Training to be able to present his life's study, sharing this little known but extremely important information. His presentation includes looking at plant uses for survival. Identifying plants used for food, medicine and hardwares specifically to Melbourne area.' 

Pre-registration is recommended for the event to ensure your seat.  Registration is free! A gold coin donation from non-members is appreciated.

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Knox Environment Society Indigenous Nursery

Australia

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Melissa Allen
Knox Environment Society
0488111782

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