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Addressing social change with traditional Indigenous knowledge

Episode 294

Nicole Prudames is CEO of Bush Medijina. This first nation business walks in two worlds as it brings together the knowledge of the local elders to create a business that delivers products that use native botanicals to make healing remedies available to all.
Bush Medijina operates from a little shed on a remote island off the coast of the Northern Territory. It’s run by elders and members of the community and is a wonderful success story and the NT winner of our Innov8rs competition.

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