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Food Substitution Chart Free Download!

Are you missing a key ingredient for your recipe? Find it on this handy printable chart. Just look up the missing ingredient, choose a substitute and you’re away and cooking!
Print it out and stick it on your pantry door. It’ll help make your meals go further, reduce food waste and reduce grocery costs too.

This resource is provided with support from The Waste Authority of WA.

Great Southern Sustainable Community Festival 2019

Great Southern Sustainable Community Festival 2019

Saturday 10-2 on March 23rd, 2019

A fun festival showcasing sustainability in the Great Southern region of WA. Incorporating Harmony Day activities, Green Skills’ the third Albany Farmer Market School Cook-Off competition and introducing the Festival of Zucchini, there’s something for everyone! Three marquees will contain Harmony Day entertainment and presentations, and food with the School Cook-Off and Festival of Zucchini competitions and crafts. Live music, dancing, kid’s activities, food vendors and market stalls will create a vibrant atmosphere.
Find out how to reduce your household waste and impact on the earth and connect to your local community with information and presentations on sustaining our economy, plastic free living, permaculture, cultural diversity, affordable earthbag building, fair food, local strategies for resilience to climate change, globally significant scientific research coming out of Albany and more.
Start experimenting with your zucchini preserves now! Entry forms for competition sections available from Green Skills Albany, 38 Graham Street or via [email protected] Follow the news on the Facebook event. Free entry.

This event is supported by Lotterywest, the Waste Authority of Western Australia, the City of Albany, Triple M Radio, Rainbow Coast Neighbourhood Centre, Keep Australia Beautiful WA, the Great Southern Development Commission and the Regional Development Australia Great Southern WA

 

Op Shop Map of Great Southern WA

A generous community member, John Mac, has just dropped off an updated version of his Op Shop Map of Albany, Denmark and Mt Barker. He’s carefully collated times and locations of all known op shops in our three towns, as well as noting which shops require cash for purchases.

Check out this valuable resource to plan your next op shop crawl!

Op shopping keeps useful stuff out of landfill and reduces demand on raw resources, as well as supporting charitable enterprises.

This map was created by a volunteer and details may change. To avoid disappointment, please check by ringing the intended store before you drive a long distance.