Tag Archive: Sustainability

Words for Water Talk at Waterwheel Symposium

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In March this year, I presented a talk about the ongoing project Words for Water as part of the Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium. Just this weekend some documentation of the presentations has been… Continue reading

Check out our new section of the site: Destinations

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Good morning lovelies! To make it easier to find articles and photos of some of our favourite locations, we have created a new section of the site: Destinations. Under the tab, located on… Continue reading

200 followers – thank you!!

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Thank you to everyone who visits our site and likes and follows our posts. We really appreciate your support – it inspires us to continue to write and publish our travel stories. Don’t… Continue reading

Collaborations between culture and science: Yorta Yorta projects

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It is almost a year since I headed to Shepparton on a Jawun secondment to work with the Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation (YYNAC). My role was to help them to develop their social… Continue reading

Help us make 200 followers: it’s still the w’end in some parts of the globe:

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Yesterday we hit 500 likes on our travel site www.geokult-travel.com . We are really excited to share that we almost have 200 followers. We would love to make this milestone this weekend,  so if you… Continue reading

Bush Tucker

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Understanding what plants and animals were edible and how to prepare them was and is an integral part of Aboriginal cultures in Australia. Over the years, there have been a number of books… Continue reading

Profile: Vintage Creations

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A few weeks ago in my post Idyllic Canberra Sunday, I mentioned that I found a stall at the Old Bus Depot Markets that makes bags from recycled leather jackets – Vintage Creations. The… Continue reading

Mapping a Sustainable Future – First Steps in Ganmain

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Originally posted on Geokult:
Aside from a mutual fascination with maps and geography, Marty and Tracey both have a passion for sustainable building and treading more lightly on the earth. Over the Easter…

The Magic of Mudbrick

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Text: Garry Benson I built my own mudbrick house 20 years ago on 10 acres and as an artist have added mosaics, sculpture & murals. I’ve also delighted the Welcome Swallows & Paper Wasps… Continue reading

Twilight Markets at New Acton

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It is not often I venture to the New Acton precinct on the weekend, as I work there during the week. What seems to be evolving in this architecturally designed, trendy urban locale… Continue reading