How Indigenous People Used Plants

A talk will be presented by Neville Bonney at the Hills Environment Centre on August 18th. Titled “Useful Plants of the Adelaide Hills and Plains Before European Settlement, Land of the Kaurna and Peramangk Peoples”. Neville will share his extensive knowledge of native plants and food plants and their role in aboriginal culture. The presentation will be held at Hills Environment Centre, 4 Crescent Drive, Norton Summit on August 18th starting at 7pm. The cost is a gold coin donation. Seating is limited so it is essential to book by emailing valhunt@ahnrc.org to reserve a spot.

Neville Bonney has been at the forefront of promoting and studying native flora for over 50 years and is the respected author of many books, including “Knowing, Growing and Eating Native Food Plants”.