• Yarnupings Newsletter June 2022

    Yarnupings Newsletter June 2022

      This issue highlights and celebrates Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week. It’s been a big couple of months. Mabo Day celebrated its 30th anniversary, Reconciliation Day inspired us to ‘Be Brave, Make Change’ and founder of the AHO, David Watts has retired (Whaaaaat!!! See page 4 for details…) Please enjoy the second issue of Yarnupings…

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  • Yarnupings Newsletter March 2022

    Yarnupings Newsletter March 2022

      We’re so excited to be back in the swing of things. Phil muses over being Lost & Disconnected, what it means and asks how have we become so disconnected. Karen writes about Summer, the different seasons and the fish that run at different times of the year. She has also compiled a list of summer words…

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  • Yarnupings Newsletter December 2021

    Please enjoy the December issue of Yarnupings. This issue highlights our amazing volunteers who continued monitoring sites throughout this challenging year. For those interested in learning more about archaeological sites, we have articles on stratigraphy and whelks. Phil has been out and about on the Step Track and running into unexpected things. Karen reflects on the…

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  • Yarnupings Newsletter September 2021

      Spring has sprung and we’re celebrating with a vibrant images of the amazing wildflowers that are in bloom. This issue celebrates our volunteers and the valuable work they do. and provides some tips for taking photos of an Aboriginal site. Phil discusses the ethics of revealing site locations and asks the question—who really owns…

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  • NAIDOC 2021

    The NAIDOC 2021 POST

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  • Yarnupings Newsletter June 2021

    Please enjoy the latest edition of Yarnupings. This issue celebrates Reconciliation Week. Phil talks us through the process of graffiti removal and we showcase some beautiful rock art. Enjoy! Get your copy of the latest AHO Newsletter, Yarnupings Issue 2 2021. Finished this edition? There are plenty more Yarnupings newsletters in our Resources section!

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  • Yarnupings Newsletter March 2021

    Please enjoy the latest edition of Yarnupings. This issue celebrates the AHO turning 21 – From Little Things, Big Things Grow. There’s many a story to share! We introduce you to a new volunteer and rejoice in saying thanks to our many enthusiastic and dedicated volunteer team. Phil takes us through monitoring sites in Lane…

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