How did the Bellingen river form? How did the region’s plateau get so high? Where do the stunning Northern Rivers valleys come from? Why did it all happen that way, and where do humans fit into the picture? All invited to the second in a series of five events looking at Elemental Nature. Spirit – listen to the land will be presented by the Coffs Coast Science Hub as part of the Bello Winter Music Festival on 15 July 2018.
Gumbaynggirr language teacher, Michael Jarrett, Eco-priest, Jason John and Buddhist teacher, Will James will join local geologist, Mark Graham, to explore how geology, spirituality, and language flow together to create knowledge and culture.
This unique event brought to you by the Coffs Coast Regional Science Hub and Centre for Ecological Learning is set to be a highlight of the upcoming Leaf Festival.
The LeaF Festival, now in its’ 4th year, is an eco-learning festival that takes place within the wonderful Bello Winter Music Festival.
As festival goers have come to expect, LeaF workshops cover a rich and exciting array of topics, facilitated by passionate local presenters from nine different organisations on behalf of the Bellingen Shire Learning Alliance and the newly established Coffs Coast Regional Science Hub.
When: Sunday 15 July from 9:30-11:00
Where: Cedar Bar & Kitchen in Bellingen
RSVP: Please respond to event link on Facebook
This event is supported by Inspiring Australia (NSW). Guest post by Amy Denshire, convener of the Coffs Coast Regional Science Hub.