Culture comes alive: revitalising bushcraft in an achingly beautiful Kimberley landscape
A new project led by the Ngarinyin people aims to reinvigorate the meticulous craft of traditional harvesting practices for generations to comeIn a large shed on the edge of the town of Derby, Western Australia, piles of produce and ice are sweating in the sun waiting to be squeezed into Eskies bound for a five-hour journey to the Ngallagunda community in the central Kimberley plateau.There's about 20 of us who watch on, they include generations of Ngarinyin people who today, are scattered around towns and communities within the Kimberley. It'll take us about a day's worth of driving along the famous (or infamous) Gibb River Road to get there.Children play in the shallows of Munkajarra Wetlands, on the outskirts of Derby, WA. This is Nyikina Mangala country but allows Ngarinyin people who live in Derby and couldn't make the five-hour trip to community an opportunity to participate in this project. Continue reading...
Celý článek: https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2022/nov/12/culture-comes-alive-revitalising-bushcraft-in-an-achingly-beautiful-kimberley-landscape
Zdroj: The Guardian
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