First Nations Perspectives Resources

Traditional Owners and First Nations people provide important knowledge systems and traditional practices that have been caring for our land for tens of thousands of years. Together with First Nations educator and proud Wiradjuri man Adam Shipp, we have developed a range of First Nations perspectives resources for use at home, at school or with your youth group.

“The knowledge that comes from our Elders and ancestors that have come before us, is extremely important to capture and keep alive. Our lands will be much healthier in doing so. I am extremely proud to see these online resources developed which capture our cultural values and stories for the next generations,” says Adam.

Explore the resources below, including our growing series of curriculum-linked Learning Activities co-developed with environmental education specialist Sam Harrison, to help embed First Nations Perspectives into children’s environmental education and everyday learning.

Learning Activities

Professional Development Webinars

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Language Guidelines

Knowledge Centre

Video Resources

Just for Kids

Activity Sheets

Junior Landcare Love Letters To The Land
Group of students and teacher holding a seedling
Junior Landcare Love Letters To The Land
Inspecting food plants