Plants and culture on Great Keppel Island with Bob Muir

Plants and culture on Great Keppel Island with Bob Muir

Bob Muir has been awarded NAIDOC's elder of the year for his work in the community, including his efforts to maintain cultural heritage sites on Great Keppel Island off the Capricorn Coast. Bob is a descendant of the Woppaburra people. Here he talks about how nature was understood and used by traditional owners on the island. This video is part of a series developed through funding from the Australian Government to increase the knowledge and understanding of local traditional ecological knowledge. Elders have shared their knowledge of local landscapes to ensure it is available to future generations in an easily accessible format.

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