Great Gardens is WA’s leading program of community sustainability education.
Come along to our fabulous workshop sponsored by GeoCatch.
This workshop will cover waterwise gardening, low nutrients, plant selection, soil improvement.. and more! If you're in the Busselton area, come along and learn all the tips for a beautiful garden with low nutrient demand.
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.
Join Chris for this Great Gardens presentation at the AH Bracks library.
This session will inspire you to create gardens and landscapes with a focus on developing systems that slash the need for water, energy and fertilisers. This session is perfectly designed for those new to or having an interest in growing their own productive garden and learning how to reuse green waste to effectively help in food production.
This event is proudly sponsored by the City of Melville.
Heavenly Hectares is specially designed for rural land holders.
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.
Join us for this fabulous Hev Hex Workshop in beautiful Torbay.
The event will focus on designing a resilient and regenerative farm and explore the key strategies and design principles to ensure a beautiful, productive, resilient, sustainable and fire safe farming enterprise. This style of workshop will show you how to successfully create an overarching framework wto help you develop a bio-intensive small-scale farming system.
To date over 5000 people have toured through WA’s only living eco-retrofit home!
We'll be at the City of Vincent Native Plant sale to answer questions about designing, building or retrofitting sustainable homes!
The City of Vincent purchases around 5,000 tube stock plants - all Australian natives – and they subsidise the cost of these tubes to residents of the City, as part of their green sustainable initiatives. A variety of species will be available, from ground covers and small shrubs, to tall shrubs, trees, climbers, and more. Please note that there is a limit per household.
This workshop will focus on living sustainably in urban environments.
We will focus on helping urban audiences lead more fulfilling, rewarding and sustainable lives including radical resilience - tips and strategies to slash your bills and create a more beautiful, productive sustainable home and garden.
It's all about selecting the right tree for the right space, and how to care for your trees!