This landback initiative, Wuurn Of Kanak is an exercise of sovereign strength and self determination to regenerate land and waters through native plants and bush medicine gardens, create a seed library, and nurture and protect the existing ancestor trees and cultural landscapes surrounding. 

This initiative will be led by Arika Waulu, a sovereign mother of the LGBTQ families and cousin to most of so-called southern victoria, australia. Arika will be working with other strong, sovereign community activators, land defenders, grandmothers, mothers, aunties, cousins and a trusted circle of allies, advisors and stakeholders. 

The initiative aims to take its time in building a self-sustainable base over three years before launching an official opening for residencies for land and water regeneration, seed library and cultural practices.