Chalice proudly hosted a certificate presentation to acknowledge the work of the Yued heritage monitors who participated in the Phase 1 Julimar Project exploration program.

Held on the Yued country in Moora, the event acknowledged 25 monitors who worked on the program under the leadership of the Monitoring Program Manager, Beverley Port-Louis. The event was hosted by Chalice Managing Director and CEO Alex Dorsch, and GM – Environment and Community, Soo Carney, and included Yued community members, local business leaders, government representative and staff from Wallis Drilling. The role of the monitors is to confirm that our drilling activities do not impact cultural heritage. The monitoring program was an important two-way learning opportunity for both Chalice staff and Yued representatives to work side by side and share their unique knowledge and skills.

“It was a two-way learning for our Yued people and for the Chalice people to understand the land and the significant places on our land, and to learn how exploration and mining works.”

“We are very grateful to be involved in the program with Chalice” said Bev.

Since 2022, Chalice has engaged over 70 Yued and Whadjuk members to participate in this work. Chalice is committed to continuing to build strong relationships with Traditional Owners and grow the cultural competency of the Company.