In the video below, you can watch Barapa Barapa and Wamba Wamba people sharing knowledge while on Country during Cultural Heritage and ecology surveys, as part of the Barapa Wamba Water for Country project.
The project is run in partnership with North Central Catchment Management Authority, funded through DELWP’s Aboriginal Water Unit in the Water and Catchments Group.
The video captures the participants' experience and documents their feelings and thoughts towards the project and how it provides further opportunities to educate the community on cultural and ecological values.
For more information on the project contact: email@example.com.
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Video: Barapa Barapa Wamba Wamba Water for Country project
Conducting Cultural Heritage and the Barapa Ecology survey on Country.