Central to First Nations sovereignty is food sovereignty – the right to define one’s own food system. The right to produce our own cultural food.
While each First Nation has its own unique customs, traditions and Law, we all see trees as sacred, significant and deserving of protection.
Victor Steffensen yarns with us about reading Country, making friends with fire and protecting ecosystems for future generations.
Architecture, agriculture, trade, astronomy and physics were practised in Australia long before colonisation.
Systems thinking is to view the natural environment, human relationships and non-human relationships with a systems lens.
Water sovereignty is about First Nations people having control over waters they traditionally and rightfully own.
When you lose your language, a whole way of being, a whole cultural universe is lost forever.
Animals play an important role in First Nations communities and are a foundation of economies, identity and sustainability.