Back to Nature Resources are freely available at Culture is Life’s Education Page and are developed by a collective of First Nations educators and young people to inspire teachers to creatively embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, peoples and cultures in your classroom.
Teachers are invited to connect with Culture is Life’s Aboriginal educators and learn more about the resources by registering for our free webinar ‘Wellbeing for Teachers & Students Webinar’ May 4th 2022.
#MeettheCustodians social media campaign highlights some of the incredible Traditional Custodians featured in the series who share their knowledge and stories of Country. Check out Culture is Life on Instagram and Facebook.
We hope to inspire an everlasting connection and appreciation to our beautiful culture, peoples and countries and thank the Back to Nature filmmakers for creating a beautiful opportunity to embrace this beauty and hear some of Country’s stories.
Culture is Life acknowledges the ongoing work of so many Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islanders, as well as First Nations peoples globally. Those who have paved the way for us to be seen, heard and truly appreciated for the value and knowledge that has lived in us for time immemorial. We also acknowledge all the people that walk beside us and choose to be a part of these important conversations, particularly those who inspire our next generations of leaders.