Is it possible to have funerals that don’t cost the Earth?
The Voluntary Simplicity group will be exploring the environmental footprints of funerals. Joy has done lots of research (such as the really informative blog above) and will share what she’s “unearthed” to stimulate discussion, which is usually very lively!
What are the options?
Please contact Selene for details: email@example.com
Sat 8th August
2.30pm for cuppa
3.00pm talk begins
A community owned retailer in Byron Bay plans to do what the big utilities cannot do – and help lead an energy revolution based around local generation, solar and storage, and community-based renewable energy.
Source: Community-owned utility plans to lead solar, storage revolution | One Step Off The Grid
Our Quiz Night was a stand-out success!
Thanks to everyone who came and participated so generously and enthusiastically at our very first MiT/HSG quiz night. What a great bunch of people we have in the hills!! 🙂 The more we do together, the more we work towards a more sustainable and resilient community. Great to be part of this amazing time in this incredible place we call The Hills!!
Our very first Beeswax Food Wrap Workshop was organised quite spontaneously, to coincide with the School Holidays. Don’t worry if you missed out, we will be having another quite soon. Let us know if you’re interested at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Quiz Night with a meaningful difference! Sustainability-oriented questions and prizes AND an opportunity to support the two local sustainability groups: MiT and Hills Sustainability Group. Bookings are essential please.
Biking is a pretty sustainable, healthy activity. This bunch meets Monday mornings. Yesterday they cycled in JF National Park and next week will meet at Burswood to ride along the river. Probably South Perth and have coffee. Do you want to join them? Contact email@example.com
FEEL LIKE HELPING US OUT?
Continuing on from our waste reduction, living lighter on the Earth theme, we’re setting up the sewing machine again at the Mundaring Sunday Markets. With all the pre-cut material from our May event to invite market goers to make/take a re-usable produce bag. We’ll have other stuff about reducing packaging and info on the Plastic Free July Challenge available too.
Feel like you could spare an hour or so to do a stint and help? You don’t need to be an expert, we all help each other along!! Get back to us soon, we’re compiling the roster. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org