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'Wurundjeri elder Uncle Dave Wandin is jabbing at his smartphone when we meet. “I’ve got be somewhere else at 11 o’clock,” he explains as we walk up an unpaved road towards a stately, two-storey building framed by gum trees full of warbling magpies. It is clear that Uncle Dave is a busy man: as well as being a member of “many boards with too many acronyms” (Waterways of the West Ministerial Advisory Committee; Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Cultural Heritage Aboriginal Corporation…), he does a lot of conservation work in the area, undertaking extensive plant surveys, and doing a lot of brush cutting. This morning, however, he’s invited us on to Wurundjeri land to learn about a new project.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon The Monthly no. 160 October 2019 17697161 2019 periodical issue 2019 pg. 12-14
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  • Coranderrk Mission, Healesville area, Yea - Eildon - Warburton area, Melbourne Outer North, Melbourne, Victoria,
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