Life on the Land
Life on the Land
Dec 13, 2020
Cara Peek is not about making people feel comfortable
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Today's guest on Life on the Land is our cover girl, Yawuru Bunuba women Cara Peek is a force. She spent her childhood days in multicultural Melbourne and as a self confessed 'geek', Cara is incredibly intelligent, so much so that she studied Law but soon found that the law was too slow for her and took matters into her own hands.

Now she lives closer to her ancestors in Broome in the Kimberley where she runs her flagship event Saltwater Country Inc. and The Cultural Intelligence Project and this year she's the Agrifutures WA Rural Women of the Year.

I've learned that this girl has grit and she's not about making people feel comfortable quite the opposite. What she's achieving is pretty extraordinary and it seems advocacy comes naturally to Cara. This is her story.

Thank you to Seed Terminator for sponsoring this episode.

If you want to read more about Cara you can purchase the Summer edition of Graziher at or if you already have your copy, why not grab a subscription for a friend?
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