The bronze has being sculpted and cast by Brett 'Mon' Garling in Wongarbon near Dubbo. Each totem has graphics and educational information provided by Wiradjuri artists and elders. This completed project is aligned with the two major initiatives of the Forbes Arts Society: Grazing Down the Lachlan food event and Sculpture Down the Lachlan culture trail. The Expanded Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre forms the start point of the Sculpture down the Lachlan trail which once complete will stretch from the Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre along the Lachlan River 100kms to Condobolin.
Grazing Down the Lachlan has been designed to promote local produce while raising funds for the long-term maintenance and expansion of the Somewhere Down The Lachlan Sculpture Trail.
All three initiatives, the expansion of the Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre, Sculpture down the Lachlan and Grazing Down The Lachlan are aligned with the NSW State Governments Priority Target of doubling overnight visitation in NSW by 2020 and the local new initiative to use the arts to boost tourism.