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The One on a Log

If bush supermarkets don’t have shelves, where does everything go?

Wardandi Bibbulmun Elder Aunty Dale Tilbrook, talks native tubers like youlk and warrine, and dispels a few myths about food production and farming. When we think of agriculture we tend to envisage large-scale wheat or dairy farms. But farms come in many shapes and sizes. These lessons help students explore some of the assumptions we make about how food was and is grown in this country, whilst role-modelling positive behaviours around trying new ingredients and asking valuable questions.

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The One on a Log

Yr Level

Learning Area

Curriculum Code
Native Tuber(man)s
3 4 5
Humanities and Social Sciences Technologies
ACTDEK012 ACHASSK062 ACHASSK088 ACHASSK089 ACHASSK112
Taste the Land
5 6
Humanities and Social Sciences Technologies
ACHASSK112 ACHASSK113 ACTDEK021
Transcript The One on a Log
3 4 5
Humanities and Social Sciences Technologies
ACTDEK012 ACHASSK062 ACHASSK088 ACHASSK089 ACHASSK112
The One on a Log
Native Tuber(man)s
Yr Level
3 4 5
Learning Area
Humanities and Social Sciences Technologies
Curriculum Code
ACTDEK012 ACHASSK062 ACHASSK088 ACHASSK089 ACHASSK112
Taste the Land
Yr Level
5 6
Learning Area
Humanities and Social Sciences Technologies
Curriculum Code
ACHASSK112 ACHASSK113 ACTDEK021
Transcript The One on a Log
Yr Level
3 4 5
Learning Area
Humanities and Social Sciences Technologies
Curriculum Code
ACTDEK012 ACHASSK062 ACHASSK088 ACHASSK089 ACHASSK112

Factastical #1

The youlk is a native Aussie vegetable from the carrot family. It grows in sandy soil so is perfect for all the land that can’t be used grain growing and grazing.