Rebecca Milly Milly has been voluntarily running the Burringurrah Community Kitchen for almost a year now. Each morning she provides breakfast for over 40 school students and at lunch she provides for the students and also the communitys' CDEP workers. Rebecca also cooks for the elderly members of the community in what she calls, meals without wheels.

Rebecca hopes this short video will help attract funding for a new commercial kitchen where young people in the community can undertake courses in cooking while feeding the the community.

Her long term vision is to offer courses in Bush-food cooking for visitors to the community, tourists, and families living in town centers who return to country for visits.

CuriousWorks travelled to Burringurrah as Creative Producer for Country Arts WA's Out There Youth Arts Leadership Program. This program is presented in conjunction with Burringurrah Community Aboriginal Corporation and with financial assistance from the Government of Western Australia - Royalties for Regions, Gascoyne Development Commission, Australia Council for the Arts, Horizon Power, and the Ian Potter Foundation.

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