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Fermenting for your gut and brain health at the Sustainable Community Festival

Fermented foods are rich in probiotic bacteria so by consuming fermented foods you are adding beneficial bacteria and enzymes to your overall intestinal flora, increasing the health of your gut microbiome and digestive system and enhancing the immune system. Fermentation can also increase the availability of vitamins and minerals for our bodies to absorb. Additionally, […]

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Sustainable Economies: Albany as a regional film base

Hear about film industry opportunities at the Sustainable Community Festival Saturday 23rd March in the Albany Town Square Western Australia has been described as “Australia’s outdoor film and television studio” due to its unique locations. In a highly competitive national and international marketplace, what makes Albany and the Great Southern region distinctive? What are the […]

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Great Southern Sustainable Community Festival 2019

Great Southern Sustainable Community Festival 2019! Harmony Day music and activities, pop-up garden with Rainbow Coast Neighbourhood Centre, live music, kid’s activities, workshops and demonstrations, speakers, local scientists doing global research, getting the whole family on board with waste reduction, Albany as a regional film base, Earthbag Australia, local produce, Farmer’s Market School Cook Off, […]

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Not Waste Festival

Not Waste Festival

Not waste festival 2019 is starting to ramp up. It looks like it is going to be an amazing festival. This weekend Ruth Maddren is starting her series of up cycled clothing workshops. Great to divert more clothing from landfill. Plenty more workshops to come. Check out the Not Waste Festival page. We are still […]

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Perth Hospitals jump onboard with Modern Cloth Nappies

Perth Hospitals jump onboard with Modern Cloth Nappies

In our line of work, we  meet with so many interesting, committed, passionate people. Last week, we had one of those meetings – with Kristy Wiegele and Georgi Wardrop from St of John of God’s Mt Lawley Hospital (pictured). These midwives were already *full bottle* on modern cloth nappies; they were just missing the actual […]

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