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Symposium Presentations go on YouTube

The recent Festival of Birds & Biodiversity symposium, coordinated by Green Skills and held at UWA Albany, Dr Judith Fisher did a powerful presentation on her work promoting biodiversity conservation on a global stage.Have a look at this Youtube video put together by Denmark film make, Michael Hemmings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wd_qa5dMQgs&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR02-vd-TaC0OtJ_JuXx168DiNWMTPbt5s5NR-pD5rUn2ECK_cYXjH2iK1c Its time for more Australians to […]

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Wetland Marvels in the Upper Kent

Wetlands Snapshot Investigation    The Upper Kent wetland suite lies within the Forests to Stirling area of the Gondwana Link Wetlands program. This assessment was initiated by Green Skills Inc under the South Coast Festival of Birds and Biodiversity 2020 banner. The aim was to assess several wetlands with a special emphasis on Murdellup Lagoon. […]

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Farewell Aline

Farewell Aline

It’s a sad day for the Perth Office as Aline says goodbye to Green Skills for the last time. Aline has been a part of Green Skills since 2001 and in the last few years made an outstanding impact with her hugely popular Bees Wax Wraps workshops and Modern Cloth Nappies projects. Her warmth and […]

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Sustainable Community Festival 21st March

Sustainable Community Festival 21st March

The 2020 Sustainable Community Festival in Albany is shaping up to be an absolutely amazing event.
Green Skills have not only partnered with the Rainbow Coast Neighbourhood Centre and Albany Regional Volunteer Service but also welcoming new supporter Sustain: Community Food Events Food for Thought Festival PLUS the City of Albany South West Street Fest.

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Proudlove Parade Night Markets final for January

Finishing January on a high with our biggest night planned yet. Do you celebrate Valentines Day or Easter? Then we have a range of gifts available for you this week. Waxiwraps will be here with their amazing sustainable solutions to reduce the need for single use plastic. Plants and fertiliser for the garden, fruit and […]

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