Are you concerned about harmful chemicals in your home? Do you want to make and try some homemade green cleaners? This workshop will explore the reasons why a greener cleaning regime is important around the home and have a hands-on component. Presented by Ecoburbia.
Lot 210 Toodyay Road, Gidgegannup (On Old Toodyay Road,next to Gidgegannup Showgrounds)
Saturday, February 13
9.30am – 11.30am
RSVP to 9267 9291
|West Swan Hall
Lot 1 West Swan Road, Henley Brook
Saturday, February 20
9.30am – 11.30am
RSVP to 9267 9291
More information and booking details: www.swan.wa.gov.au/thinkgreen
Nothing is closer to Transition’s heart than people creating food together locally. It is a radical act of reclaiming and healing our broken food system. So how happy are we that another Community is sprouting it’s own village veggie plot. VERY HAPPY! Just look at this photo of them … a good looking bunch (and that’s referring to John’s silverbeet !!) You can read all about their vision – and how to join in with them – in this Hills Gazette article http://www.communitynews.com.au/news/Village-garden-idea-blooming/7679670
Chidlow community gardeners , ready to dig in
MiT were part of the huge crowd who poured into Wellington Square and then on to the streets of Perth. An 8,000 strong message sent to politicians that we expect them to take Climate Change seriously and work, like us, to create a more sustainable future.
Mundaring in Transition mob will be there marching with our banner on Sun 29 Nov, 1pm.
It’s time to show politicians we are deeply concerned about what’s NOT HAPPENING to reverse dangerous climate change. Business-as-Usual is just not going to cut it.
Come and join us!!
Get your veggie patch ready for Summer! Our Down to Earth shade tour visits 3 properties in the Parky area to see different versions of erecting shading for your garden. Minimise evaporation, maximise water efficiency (with dripline irrigation, mulch). We’ll share details of where we’ve found the best shadecloth deals as well as checking out irrigation options.
We’ll finish the tour at Ralph & Lynne’s with time for our usual morning tea, so please bring something to share.
Donation for tea & coffee
Well, we had our first fresh Food Share in the park @ Glen Forrest this morning. It was a great start with lots of interesting herbs, veggies, fruit, plants etc to share. We started around 9.45a and it was all done by 10.30a. It doesn’t take up your whole morning, still with plenty of time for chatting! Thankyou to Lizzy & Jonny for keeping the flame alive for this great sharing event.
Want to spend a couple of hours sharing ideas on how to save water and energy in your home?
Of course you do!
When: Saturday 14th November from 3 till 5 (come at 2.30 and have a cuppa first if you like).
Where: Mahogany Creek (address on registration).
Why: Because it’s great to share ideas with like-minded folk, learn how to save some money AND help the planet all at the same time!
Who: Ken and Selene will share some of their research and personal experiences, then we’ll all have an opportunity to share ideas.
or 0428 730 530 so we know how many seats to put out.
Just for this BIGGG movie event, we’re joining with Transition Town Guildford at the Stirling Arms Hotel to screen the partner movie to Naomi Klein’s book “This Changes Everything”. Register at Eventbrite or see details in the Upcoming Events sidebar on right.