Flow-MER Fridays: Series 1

Webinar 4: Co-designing engagement with Indigenous peoples for better environmental water delivery: Cultural Values, Protocols and an Indigenous Seasonal Water Calendar

This project will draw on Indigenous activities already underway within Flow-MER Selected Areas, as well as working closely with other Indigenous engagement activities within CEWH, MDBA and other programs.

In this webinar, Brad and Emma discuss how the project:

  • frames options and avenues for the engagement of Indigenous people across the seven Flow-MER Selected Areas, and incorporate their perspectives on Australian water management, with a particular focus on environmental water.
  • draws on current knowledge and practice in regard to approaches and tools (including Protocols and Seasonal Calendars) for engaging with Indigenous water knowledge, values and interests.
  • meets a need for contextual information and synthesis around Indigenous perspectives on water management.


Assoc Prof. Bradley Moggridge

Dr Emma Woodward

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