Our Cultural Heritage obligations include reporting all artefacts or sites of potential cultural significance identified during the course of our exploration field work. Whilst geological mapping on Birriah country at the Drummond Greenfields Project, two Evolution employees identified several stone artefacts and after further detailed work located a possible knapping (“factory”) site.
These locations were photographed and a report was forwarded to the Birriah Cultural Heritage Officer, who subsequently inspected the sites that we had identified. The Officer confirmed the sites were of importance and acknowledged our efforts for noting the site and bringing it to their attention so that it can be adequately studied and recorded for posterity. Our Social Licence depends on the strength of our relationships with the communities within which we operate and the Native Title groups with whom we work. Our people’s observations and follow-through have demonstrated our values and commitments to Cultural Heritage obligations.