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1,000 Flowers

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Marpuna Community Aboriginal Corporation

Project location is QLD, Old Mapoon via Weipa, Cape York.

We want to create employment and training opportunities for local indigenous community members and to to build a sustainable community.

Agriculture, forestry and fishing

We want to create agriculture, forestry and fishing businesses that are Indigenous from top to bottom. We want to see more Indigenous Traineeships for young local indigenous residents.

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Arnhem Weavers

Two dynamic women who have lived in their remote ancestral homeland of Mapuru in North East Arnhem Land all their lives have developed workshops in their community to share their culture with others. Daily they spin and weave articles that they need for themselves, their relatives, for ceremonies and for sale. These sisters have remarkable skill, which is shown by the extent to which they have travelled throughout Australia teaching their skills through workshops at galleries and museums.

Wilderness Project

Funding is sought to purchase 175 acres of rainforest south of Sydney to establish a drug-free residential treatment facility for children and young people with significant behavioural or mental health problems. There is currently no facility for the treatment of children under 12 with mental health problems in NSW. Project type is similar to the noted Brahminy Project in the Northern Territory. There is no other project like the Brahminy Project in Australia.

Gayili Marika Yunupingu's Dream

<i><b>'I want to leave something behind, something
special for them.'

'I would like to have an arts and crafts workshop where all kinds of people, especially children can learn and create Aboriginal art. That is my dreaming, that is my dream.'

Gayili Marika Yunupingu</i></b>

Indigenous actor needed for Shakespeare-by-the-river

The Acting Factory Inc. requires an indigenous performer between the ages of 18 and 30 to play 'Puck' in their 2010 season of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
The concept revolves around 'Puck' being the spiritual connection to the land and forests for colonial settlers and convicts.
performances are held outdoors on the banks of the Nepean River annually and are supported as a community event by the Penrith City Council.

Didgeridoos, Boomerangs, & Clapping sticks

"Didgeridoos, Boomerangs, & Clapping sticks"

Music video on an internet television channel will provide the newest and most popular media tool for indigenous enterprise in Australia.

Currently there are diverse groups who wish to use this application but do not have the capacity for understanding the online capabilities of the internet.

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