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Learning about Nature and Our Country
This September, you're invited to the 5th Green School on the traditional lands of the Kooma people in south-west Queensland. The dates are September 19th until September 21st, 2015. Green School is a rare chance to visit a remote part of Australia (about 100 km east of Cunnamulla) and learn first hand some of the challenges the Traditional Owners face in looking after their land.
This year's Green School will focus on looking after country and nature with speakers including Traditional Owners Cheryl Buchanan, David Carline and Geoffrey Drury, Sarah Moles from Lock the Gate, Sue Lewis from the Women Environment Leadership project, and Margaret Blakers from the Green Institute.
Murra Murra is in mulga country on Nebine Creek in the northern reaches of the Murray Darling Basin. You need to come self-contained for camping, but there's plenty of water and some cooking facilities. Grab your binoculars, sun hat and walking shoes, get beyond the reach of mobile phones. Book now and start planning your trip. Further background can be found on The Green Institute website here. Click here to book