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Have you ever wanted to make fire just using sticks and skill? This is your chance!
Wilderness Mentors Tyler Parkes and Holly Mae, who have made primitive fire from Australia to Canada, will guide you in the spirit of matchless fire making. Brought to you by Centre for Ecological Learning. $10 fee for materials. REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL (links coming soon!). This workshop has booked out in past years so get in early!
Winter is a time for slowing down and looking internally, a time for restoring your kidneys, adrenal glands and nervous system.
Winter Yoga explores poses that support and strengthen your lower back, neck, spine and nervous system. Teacher Emma Hohnen will help you experience yoga that is both reviving and nourishing; the perfect start to your festival day. Bring a mat or a towel if you can.
Weeds! What if we were to tell you that these much maligned plants are actually useful?
Come along for a winter wander through town with Damian Harrison from Chamomile Naturopathy as we unmask some of those oh so familiar and yet misunderstood "weeds".From the dinner plate to the medicine chest, there are many secrets these unassuming plants hold.
Come join respected Gumbaynggirr teacher Michael Jarrett who will introduce you to the rich world of our localindigenous language. Michael teaches throughout the local area and is passionate about sharing Gumbaynggirr language and culture. Brought to you by the Centre for Ecological Learning.
Here’s the chance to hear the story of how our LeaF Patron, Tim Silverwood is inspiring positive change around the country and the planet.
You will also meet the Waste Not Bello crew and learn about the solutions they are offering to address the blight of single use plastics. Q&A included. Brought to you by the Bellingen Shire Learning Alliance/Centre for Ecological Learning.