Very exciting news. VAP Project’s Cat Bailey, in partnership with Nature Glenelg Trust’s Lauren Kivislu, have just received a the Helen and Jeff Handbury Fellowship. This is a community-research fellowship program that encourages and supports practical research by individuals or groups contributing to lasting improvements in vulnerable western Victoria communities.
For our project we will be researching and building an Indigenous Garden and Sculptural Firepit in the local Narrawong Primary School. The project will roll out from September 2017 – to June 2018. As part of this process Cat Bailey will investigate building a VAP for Narrawong, which includes sites of local indigenous foods.