Great Gardens is WA’s leading program of community sustainability education.
All the Dirt looks at how our awareness of the environment will make a difference to our planet.
The free weekly podcast has regular guests and, while each episode is different, the focus is on plants, sustainability and food. Episodes so far have looked at Building Healthy Soil, Growing Microgreens, and Hardy Shade Plants.
The podcast to serve as a platform for discovering the intricate relationships between human health, soil health, and ecological health.
Ben is passionate about microbes and how we can live in symbiosis with them. They can enrich our lives and our conscious experience, and I see this podcast as my contribution to the evolution of human consciousness.
- to reconnect people to nature.
- to educate people on how we are inextricably connected to our environment.
Heavenly Hectares is specially designed for rural land holders.
What type of events do we run under the Hev Hex badge?
Field Days: Enjoy a breath of fresh air approach to learning! Field days are fun, engaging and informative opportunities to tour a local property and get relevant advice as you go. Field days typically last for 3 hours and include a Q&A session with an expert property consultant.
Created to inspire and educate the community on healthy eating and how to grow your own food.
Rottnest Island Carnivale is back again on the 28th October 2017 with a full day and night of festivities!
We'll be there with a series of Food Theatre performances.... come say hi!
Proudly supported by the Waste Authority of Western Australia.
So, what's it all about?
The Food Theatre program has been created to inspire and educate the community on healthy eating, good nutrition and how to grow your own food for incredible meals.