Indigenous Water Knowledge and Cultural Flows

ASL was very pleased to host its first special session on Indigenous Water Knowledge and Cultural Flows. This marked an emergence of the roles of Indigenous people in water management and the broader identification of their connection not just to land, but to waterscapes. The presentations in this session revealed the opportunities Indigenous peoples are taking up to manage their water resources and the potential for realising the benefits of a shared approach to waterways management. The session concluded with a panel session exploring the opportunities to integrate environmental and cultural flows and a short film celebrating Indigenous water-based craftwork. The ASL wanted to make this session accessible to the broader community and so it set a special session registration to encourage a broader appreciation of the contributions Indigenous people are making to the management of our waterways.

Session Details

Date: Wednesday, 28 September
Time: 1.30pm for a 1.50pm start
The session concluded at 6.00pm and included drinks and canapes

The ASL wanted to make this session accessible to the broader community so it offered a special session only registration rate of $50.00 per person  to encourage a broader appreciation of the contributions Indigenous people are making to the management of our waterways. 


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