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Interpretative signs showcasing Indigenous language and uses of plants

 
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Our new interpretive signs have been installed highlighting locally native plants using the common name, Indigenous and scientific names. Students are able to explore the ways that Quandamooka tribes used these plants in a variety of ways to survive. From food to medicine to basket weaving, include just a few of their uses. Our year four First Contact Program will be specifically utilising this resource. Congratulations to Erin from the team who has been creatively designing and experimenting with templates to reach this final fabulous product.

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Last reviewed 26 April 2019
Last updated 26 April 2019