Society & Culture
In this episode we speak with Natalie Moxham, a Castlemaine resident of over 10 years. She was a driving force in the Castlemaine Commons you tube series, which was created recently to look at how our community was managing the various factors playing out in this time of pandemic.
She has traveled the world and worked in many vulnerable communities, helping people create change… which is what we all know is needed, but can be so hard to make happen. She calls herself a change maker and movement builder, listen to find out what she has to say about how communities can change.
Saltgrass is produced in Castlemaine, on Jaara country, home of the Dja Dja Wurrung people. We pay respects to elders past, present and emerging.
Natalie's website: Leanganook Yarn
Check out the You Tube series Castlemaine Commons
Mentions in the show:
Find out more about the Mabo case here
Doughnut Economics by Kate Raworth
I couldn't find the exact you tube clip we discussed but George Monbiot is a great thinker and worth checking out.
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