An Indigenous Inspired Menu?

You probably have heard that land acknowledgement is one way to thank and honor the land and indigenous people and culture of that land where your center sits. As reconciliation practices like this in the US are still taking shape, organizations in Canada, New Zealand, and Australia are moving forward with other ways of acknowledging their indigenous community.

The Darwin Convention Centre launched a Seven Seasons menu, designed as a culinary journey inspired by the Gulumoerrgin (Larrakia) Seasons. The Larrakia people are the traditional owners of the region. The menu provides guests the opportunity to experience the dramatic changes of the Gulumoerrgin seasons and the corresponding impact these changes have on the sights, sounds, landscape and natural habitat.

What inspiration can our conference centers glean from this initiative?

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