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Celebrating Aboriginal culture and connection to land through urban design and landscaping

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The 2020 NAIDOC Week theme is 'Always was, Always Will Be', references the chant sung at gatherings and protests, where the final line is the ‘Aboriginal land’.

Join this live-streamed webinar celebrating how Aboriginal culture can and has been celebrated by industry through urban design and landscaping.

The webinar is split in two parts; Aboriginal flora and landscaping, and Aboriginal urban design. Part one explains the meaning and uses of native plants, herbs and flowers, followed by examples of how they can and have been used in landscaping projects. Part two broadens out from landscaping to Aboriginal urban design as a whole and provides examples from industry.

Attedness will be able to ask questions during Q&A.

Zoom link: https://levelcrossings-vic-gov-au.zoom.us/j/94040081614?pwd=eXFISGdRRy9QRWZYRGFjVWxudnFkZz09

Webinar ID: 940 4008 1614 Password: 004860

To join via phone on-tap or telephone, or for any other queries, please email transformingtransport@levelcrossings.vic.gov.au

Training For The Future's 'Transforming Transport' Inclusion Capability Series

Delivered as part of Victoria's Training For The Future (TFTF) program, Transforming Transport is an industry wide series of sessions aimed at building the industry's inclusion capability. TFTF is delivered by the Level Crossing Removal Project in partnership with the Rail Academy Newport, Rail Projects Victoria, Metro Trains Melbourne, Yarra Trams, V/Line, VicTrack and Public Transport Victoria.

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