Register for Protect Country lutruwita/Trowunna Summit!
Join Seed Mob for a regional summit in lutriwita/Trowunna (so-called Tasmania) to learn about climate change, its causes and the impacts on country. Connect with deadly young mob from across lutriwita/Trowunna to share culture, learn what you can do to help protect culture, country and our future, and have lots of fun! This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved, whether you're new to Seed, have been involved for years or somewhere in between.

Where: Nindethana Guides Camp, Deviot, Northern lutriwita/Trowunna (https://goo.gl/maps/3ZzWpsyWtewf1Y9h7)

When: We are arriving Friday night, the 1st of November to Sunday afternoon on the 3rd of November.
Who: Indigenous youth aged between 14-35 and (family) supporters if that helps you to feel comfortable attending.
What: Connecting with each other, learning about climate justice, planning for taking action and having a good time!
Getting there: Transport will be provided, or yarn with us if you can drive yourself or offer a lift.
Accomodation/food:
From Friday to Sunday we will be staying together at Nindethana Guide Camp; all food will be catered for from Friday night until Sunday afternoon.
Please contact Zac on 0497 371 650 or email Zac.Romagnoli-Townsend@aycc.org.au with any questions.
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