Women joined together to show their care for the land and to try to protect it for the future.
Thanks to the 30+ women who joined together at Inskip Point in early February to share and affirm our common care for our land, and especially for the protection of sacred womens’ places like Poona Lake where First Nation women used to birth their babies.
With nature as our workspace we expressed our common spirit with stories, singing, painting, swimming, and walking together. Sharing our common spirit of care for each other and for the land makes that spirit real. Its presence and effect is made more permanent the more often we share it. We need to do this again.
Meanwhile please express your care for Poona Lake and for Cooloola by submitting your objection to its degradation with commercial development. It takes only a few minutes using this easy guide: https://www.protectparks.net/email-the-ministers