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What’s On in June

Fix-It Monthly Session – June

It’s Back! Our Newlands fix – it mend it Monthly session. Come Join Us.

This is an informal session, where people can bring their own items that need mending (and whatever supplies they need for it) and mend them themselves in good company.

How great will it be to be able to use those things in the back of the cupboard!

When: Thursday June 6, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Where: 3 McGowan Ave, Preston

We will start as a lounge room event & then see if it moves to a different venue.

Note we LOVE Repair Cafes where volunteers fix things for you. This is different – this is where we make the time to fix/mend our own things – to make it a priority 🙂

Food Swaps – Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday June 8, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Darebin Homemade Food and Wine Festival

We’ll be having a stall at the Homemade Marketplace for the Darebin Homemade Food and Wine Festival on Saturday June 8, from 12 to 4 pm.  We’ll be selling Boomerang Bags and talking about sustainability.

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday June 9, 10 am onwards

Food Swaps – Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday June 15, from 10 to 11 am. This week it will be held in front of the library on Edwardes St Reservoir, due to the Level Crossing Removal works.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday June 15, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday June 22, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

1 June, 2019 at 4:57 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in Late May

Food Swaps

Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday May 18, from 10 to 11 am. This week it will be held in front of the library on Edwardes St Reservoir, due to the Level Crossing Removal works.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday May 18, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday May 25, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Repair Cafe #7

Our 7th Darebin Repair Cafe. We are back where we started- The Bridge Preston for our first anniversary Repair cafe!

Book in via Eventbrite to have an item repaired. Expect to have one item looked at so everyone gets a fair go. It might be possible to have more but you will go back into the queue.

Repairs on: items needing glueing, small machines, toys, clothes, broken zips, electrical & electronics including sewing machine/overlockers

Email us a photo of your repair with description of what needs fixing so we can check with fixers if it is doable and whether parts need to be purchased beforehand.

We’d love some help with organising/supporting the event and are always on the lookout for more fixers- please get in touch at transitiondarebin@gmail.com

Bring a keep cup and a few coins for refreshments – Moon Rabbit cafe will be open on the day onsite with food and drinks for purchase.

There is street parking.

Darebin Repair Cafe is part of the International Repair Cafe Foundation and is kindly supported by the City of Darebin

When: Sunday 26 May, 10 am to 1 pm

Where: The Bridge Preston, 220 High Street Preston

Fix-It Monthly Session – June

It’s Back! Our Newlands fix – it mend it Monthly session. Come Join Us.

This is an informal session, where people can bring their own items that need mending (and whatever supplies they need for it) and mend them themselves in good company.

How great will it be to be able to use those things in the back of the cupboard!

When: Thursday June 6, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Where: 3 McGowan Ave, Preston

We will start as a lounge room event & then see if it moves to a different venue.

Note we LOVE Repair Cafes where volunteers fix things for you. This is different – this is where we make the time to fix/mend our own things – to make it a priority 🙂

Food Swaps – Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday June 8, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday June 9, 10 am onwards

17 May, 2019 at 1:26 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in May

Food Swaps

Fix-It Monthly Session – May

It’s Back! Our Newlands fix – it mend it Monthly session. Come Join Us.

This is an informal session, where people can bring their own items that need mending (and whatever supplies they need for it) and mend them themselves in good company.

How great will it be to be able to use those things in the back of the cupboard!

When: Thursday May 2, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Where: 3 McGowan Ave, Preston

We will start as a lounge room event & then see if it moves to a different venue.

Note we LOVE Repair Cafes where volunteers fix things for you. This is different – this is where we make the time to fix/mend our own things – to make it a priority 🙂

Food Swaps

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday May 11, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday May 12, 10 am onwards

Food Swaps – Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday May 18, from 10 to 11 am. This week it will be held in front of the library on Edwardes St Reservoir, due to the Level Crossing Removal works.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday May 18, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday May 25, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Repair Cafe #7

Our 7th Darebin Repair Cafe. We are back where we started- The Bridge Preston for our first anniversary Repair cafe!

Book in via Eventbrite to have an item repaired. Expect to have one item looked at so everyone gets a fair go. It might be possible to have more but you will go back into the queue.

Repairs on: items needing glueing, small machines, toys, clothes, broken zips, electrical & electronics including sewing machine/overlockers

Email us a photo of your repair with description of what needs fixing so we can check with fixers if it is doable and whether parts need to be purchased beforehand.

We’d love some help with organising/supporting the event and are always on the lookout for more fixers- please get in touch at transitiondarebin@gmail.com

Bring a keep cup and a few coins for refreshments – Moon Rabbit cafe will be open on the day onsite with food and drinks for purchase.

There is street parking.

Darebin Repair Cafe is part of the International Repair Cafe Foundation and is kindly supported by the City of Darebin

When: Sunday 26 May, 10 am to 1 pm

Where: The Bridge Preston, 220 High Street Preston

1 May, 2019 at 7:48 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in Late April

Food Swaps

Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday April 20, from 10 to 11 am. This week it will be held in front of the library on Edwardes St Reservoir, due to the Level Crossing Removal works.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday April 20, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday April 27, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Transition in the Pub Social Meetup

Recently TD’s social nights had fantastic presenters on waste, shopping, and coops, so there has been less time to simply chat with each other. This month will not focus on a topic, instead will be a chance for anyone to come along and have a yarn in a less formal way.
Bring a friend and enjoy some chats, food or drinks on the 30th April at the Thornbury local!

TD works towards transitioning Darebin away from current fossil fuel powered perpetual growth. So, one aspect of the night will be a very informal ‘Vox pop’ around some of the more important, humorous, and absurd questions facing people in these present times!

When: Tuesday April 30, 7 pm to 9:30 pm

Where: The Thornbury Local – 635 High Street, Thornbury

Access:
Just off the 86 tram line or a short walk from Thornbury station. Unfortunately this venue is not wheel chair accessible.

This event is taking place on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nations, we would like to acknowledge elders past present and emerging and note that sovereignty has never been seeded.

Fix-It Monthly Session – May

It’s Back! Our Newlands fix – it mend it Monthly session. Come Join Us.

This is an informal session, where people can bring their own items that need mending (and whatever supplies they need for it) and mend them themselves in good company.

How great will it be to be able to use those things in the back of the cupboard!

When: Thursday May 2, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Where: 3 McGowan Ave, Preston

We will start as a lounge room event & then see if it moves to a different venue.

Note we LOVE Repair Cafes where volunteers fix things for you. This is different – this is where we make the time to fix/mend our own things – to make it a priority 🙂

Food Swaps – Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday May 11, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday May 12, 10 am onwards

Repair Cafe #7

Our 7th Darebin Repair Cafe is coming up on Sunday 26th May from 10am to 1pm.  It’ll be at The Bridge, Preston.  More details to come – stay tuned!

15 April, 2019 at 7:48 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in April

Fix-It Monthly Session – April

It’s Back! Our Newlands fix – it mend it Monthly session. Come Join Us.

This is an informal session, where people can bring their own items that need mending (and whatever supplies they need for it) and mend them themselves in good company.

How great will it be to be able to use those things in the back of the cupboard!

When: Thursday April 4, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Where: 3 McGowan Ave, Preston

We will start as a lounge room event & then see if it moves to a different venue.

Note we LOVE Repair Cafes where volunteers fix things for you. This is different – this is where we make the time to fix/mend our own things – to make it a priority 🙂

Boomerang Bags Sewing Bee

Sunday April 7, 2 pm to 5 pm.

We’ll be in the back room of Lentil as Everything Thornbury (562-564 High Street, Thornbury). There are power points and an area for cutting. There’ll be plenty of T shirts for the non sewers to make bags out of, just scissors needed and we have those. Room for 4 machines and an overlocker from the looks of things.

Food Swaps

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday April 13, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday April 14, 10 am onwards.

Food Swaps – Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday April 20, from 10 to 11 am. This week it will be held in front of the library on Edwardes St Reservoir, due to the Level Crossing Removal works.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday April 20, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday April 27, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Repair Cafe #7

Our 7th Darebin Repair Cafe is coming up on Sunday 26th May from 10am to 1pm.  More details to come – stay tuned!

1 April, 2019 at 8:47 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in Late March

Food Swaps – Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday March 16, from 10 to 11 am. This week it will be held in front of the library on Edwardes St Reservoir, due to the works on the intersection.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday March 16, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

Repair Cafe #6

Our 6th Darebin Repair Cafe is coming up on Sunday 17th March from 10am to 1pm. at 2-4 Wright St. Reservoir. There is street parking and Reservoir Train Station is 1 km away.

A Repair Cafe is a place where a volunteer fixer will help you repair your broken items. It is not meant to replace tradespeople or perform complex repairs or alterations to clothes. However, it is sometimes the avenue of last resort before landfill.

To attend you must book in via Eventbrite to have an item repaired. Expect to have one item looked at so everyone gets a fair go. It might be possible to have more but you will go back into the queue.

At this cafe repairs can be made on: items needing glueing, small machines, toys, clothes tho not alterations, broken zips, electrical & electronics including a sewing machine/overlocker whizz.

Please email us a photo of your repair with description of what needs fixing so we check with fixers if it is doable and whether you’ll need to buy parts beforehand.

We’d love some help with organising/supporting the event and are always on the lookout for more fixers – please get in touch at transitiondarebin@gmail.com.

Bring a keep cup and a few coins for the refreshment station.

Darebin Repair Cafe is part of the International Repair Cafe Foundation and is kindly supported by the City of Darebin.

Food Swaps – Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday March 23, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Darebin Community & Kite Festival

Transition Darebin will be having a stall at the Darebin Community & Kite Festival this year.  It’ll be on Sunday March 24, from 11 am to 4 pm, at Edwardes Lake Park.  It’s a fantastic day out, and we’ll be spreading the word about what we do – send us an email at transitiondarebin@gmail.com if you’d like to help out on the day, or just come down and say hello.

Fix-It Monthly Session – April

It’s Back! Our Newlands fix – it mend it Monthly session. Come Join Us.

This is an informal session, where people can bring their own items that need mending (and whatever supplies they need for it) and mend them themselves in good company.

How great will it be to be able to use those things in the back of the cupboard!

When: Thursday April 4, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

Where: 3 McGowan Ave, Preston

We will start as a lounge room event & then see if it moves to a different venue.

Note we LOVE Repair Cafes where volunteers fix things for you. This is different – this is where we make the time to fix/mend our own things – to make it a priority 🙂

Food Swaps – Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday April 13, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday April 14, 10 am onwards.

15 March, 2019 at 10:30 am Leave a comment

What’s On in March

Food Swaps

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday March 9, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday March 10, 10 am onwards.

Food Swaps – Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday March 16, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday March 16, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

Repair Cafe #6

Our 6th Darebin Repair Cafe is coming up on Sunday 17th March from 10am to 1pm. at 2-4 Wright St. Reservoir. There is street parking and Reservoir Train Station is 1 km away.

A Repair Cafe is a place where a volunteer fixer will help you repair your broken items. It is not meant to replace tradespeople or perform complex repairs or alterations to clothes. However, it is sometimes the avenue of last resort before landfill.

To attend you must book in via Eventbrite to have an item repaired. Expect to have one item looked at so everyone gets a fair go. It might be possible to have more but you will go back into the queue.

At this cafe repairs can be made on: items needing glueing, small machines, toys, clothes tho not alterations, electrical & electronics.
Fixers yet to be confirmed: hand sewing broken leather bag straps, jewellery, and a sewing machine/overlocker whizz.

Please email us a photo of your repair with description of what needs fixing so we check with fixers if it is doable and whether you’ll need to buy parts beforehand.

We’d love some help with organising/supporting the event and are always on the lookout for more fixers – please get in touch at transitiondarebin@gmail.com.

Bring a keep cup and a few coins for the refreshment station.

Darebin Repair Cafe is part of the International Repair Cafe Foundation and is kindly supported by the City of Darebin.

Food Swaps – Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday March 23, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Darebin Community & Kite Festival

Transition Darebin will be having a stall at the Darebin Community & Kite Festival this year.  It’ll be on Sunday March 24, from 11 am to 4 pm, at Edwardes Lake Park.  It’s a fantastic day out, and we’ll be spreading the word about what we do – send us an email at transitiondarebin@gmail.com if you’d like to help out on the day, or just come down and say hello.

1 March, 2019 at 12:30 pm Leave a comment

What’s On In Late February

Food Swaps

Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday February 16, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday February 16, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

TD in the Pub: Ethical Shopping

How to buy ethical and make it fun: Choose your own shopping adventure!

Buying the right thing seems to be getting more complicated every day.

This session will empower you to find your way through the complexity of choosing what to buy. By learning about key green purchasing principles you will be able to work out your own ethical framework. Once you have a framework you won’t have to juggle as many issues each time you buy something.

The presenter will also discuss how to see through false marketing claims and explore which claims and certifications are credible.

We will talk about joyful purchasing and ways to joyfully buy less.

The evening will include a presentation, small group discussions and plenty of opportunity to debate the difficult questions.

Where: The Merri Clan – 15 Gilbert Road, Preston
When: Wednesday February 20, 7:30 pm

Tania Struzina has worked for the ECO-Buy Victorian Local Government Program and on Sustainable Office programs at RMIT University. She is passionate about reducing her environmental footprint and social impact and supporting social enterprises making a difference. She has a Masters in Environment and Planning.

In order to cover costs, we are charging a small fee for tickets for the event. Please book a ticket here.

Food Swaps – Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday February 23, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday March 9, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday March 10, 10 am onwards.

15 February, 2019 at 12:30 pm Leave a comment

What’s On In February

Food Swaps

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday February 9, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday February 10, 10 am onwards.

Food Swaps – Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday February 16, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday February 16, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

TD in the Pub: Ethical Shopping

How to buy ethical and make it fun: Choose your own shopping adventure!

Buying the right thing seems to be getting more complicated every day.

This session will empower you to find your way through the complexity of choosing what to buy. By learning about key green purchasing principles you will be able to work out your own ethical framework. Once you have a framework you won’t have to juggle as many issues each time you buy something.

The presenter will also discuss how to see through false marketing claims and explore which claims and certifications are credible.

We will talk about joyful purchasing and ways to joyfully buy less.

The evening will include a presentation, small group discussions and plenty of opportunity to debate the difficult questions.

Where: The Merri Clan – 15 Gilbert Road, Preston
When: Wednesday February 20, 7:30 pm

Tania Struzina has worked for the ECO-Buy Victorian Local Government Program and on Sustainable Office programs at RMIT University. She is passionate about reducing her environmental footprint and social impact and supporting social enterprises making a difference. She has a Masters in Environment and Planning.

In order to cover costs, we are charging a small fee for tickets for the event. Please book a ticket here.

Food Swaps – Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday February 23, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

 

1 February, 2019 at 9:28 pm Leave a comment

TD in the Pub: Ethical Shopping

Buying the right thing seems to be getting more complicated every day.

This session will empower you to find your way through the complexity of choosing what to buy. By learning about key green purchasing principles you will be able to work out your own ethical framework. Once you have a framework you won’t have to juggle as many issues each time you buy something.

The presenter will also discuss how to see through false marketing claims and explore which claims and certifications are credible.

We will talk about joyful purchasing and ways to joyfully buy less.

The evening will include a presentation, small group discussions and plenty of opportunity to debate the difficult questions.

Where: The Merri Clan – 15 Gilbert Road, Preston
When: Wednesday February 20, 7:30 pm

Tania Struzina has worked for the ECO-Buy Victorian Local Government Program and on Sustainable Office programs at RMIT University. She is passionate about reducing her environmental footprint and social impact and supporting social enterprises making a difference. She has a Masters in Environment and Planning.

In order to cover costs, we are charging a small fee for tickets for the event. Please book a ticket here.

23 January, 2019 at 8:05 pm Leave a comment

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