We recently had a chance in Australia to catch up with a remarkable human being "Koa Windsong" who lives completely off the land in the beautiful northern NSW region behind Byron Bay.

After tracking Koa down off the internet , we managed to pin him down for a crash course in bush tucker and living in the wild. Koa was accompanied by Gareth Wise and betweeen them both these two guys are a walking talking encylopedia of edible Australian plants.

It was amazing to see how much substantial food that you could get from the local bush and some of it was actually quite delicious. We also learnt that some Australian plants are highly poisionous and with an incorrect identification you could wind up seruously sick if not dead.

Koa's grandmother was a Cherokee Indian and in this video he shares some interesting insight into some Hopi signs that alert us a big change is near...Enjoy!

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2 comments:

On February 17, 2014 at 6:42 PM , Jin Youn said...

Hi there, my name is Jin, film coordinator based on Sydney
Do you know how to contact Koa?
I've got film crews from KOREA. They are still interested in his life
Please let me know his contact if anyone know about it
Cheers,
Jin
0425 272 422 kosydney@hotmail.com

 
On May 17, 2014 at 1:55 AM , khun karl said...

Also interested in meeting the guys..khunkarl101@gmail.com