Wednesday, June 6, 2018

world environment day festival

saturday 21 july
9am - 4pm at the Outlook
4001 boonah-ipswich road

our great celebration of sustainability is coming up soon, and it will again be jam-packed with innovative artisan stalls, informative displays, discussions and demonstrations; native wildlife and free creative workshops; loads of quality food and local organic produce, plants, a huge multi prize raffle, live entertainment and practical and fun vintage and upcycled wares.   

to keep up to date with what to expect, head over to the facebook event page, click going, and maybe even invite your friends - they won't want to miss out :) 

remember we aim for this to be a zero waste event, and it is plastic free july. so please BYO bags and water bottles or purchase one of the many available there. there'll be lovely clean rain water to refill your bottles, and lots to purchase to fill your bags.

all organic waste including the 'disposable' 100% compostable crockery and cutlery will be composted, so please look out for our designated bins.






here's what's happening so far: 

entertainment
douglas james aboriginal culture  tradition of acknowledgment 
fassifern gymnastics club
centipede
nobody's baby
lunadorn gypsy caravan tribal bellydance
elliott orr talkin' the drum
dan white
lilly



workshops
polynesian floral garlands
magic tie dye
australian bush buddies native wildlife
hidden treasures from kitchen plastics
african drumming with elliott orr talkin' the drum


discussions
trevor berrill award winning, private consultant in sustainable energy will speak on -
the solar PV with storage revolution – the pros and cons of going off-grid
sustainable housing – good design for a changing climate
electric vehicles – shifting even more away from our fossil fuel addiction


artisan stalls 
lorenzo noosa artisan
the shed
deni bags
waterlily beads
made from alpaca
ferrol critter creations
raw on the rim
just be it
elicia's face painting

around the home
bee-cause wax wraps
far outdoors
doTerra australian wellness advocates
beej natural beeswax and honey products
scenic rim lavender
the body shop


artists on show

christopher trotter 
colchameleon design
terina smith recycling artist


sustenance
pots of produce
scenic rim soulfood
BOSS soups and sweets
boonah scouts bbq
cuppalicious mobile coffee
scenic rim expresso
kooroomba gully
local home brew - peoples choice judging


green corner
scenic rim regional council 
byron community college of permaculture 
BOSS plant stall
made from alpaca poo
bindarrabi community
peace valley
freshwater fishing and stocking association 
amanda's succulent balls
nathan's natives
boonah and district landcare


social change

days for girls
tree sisters 
knitting nannas against gas



entry is via a gold coin donation.  

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