Glen Lambert

Fix-it café

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

There’s a new hub for greenies who like to fix things – The Bower Reuse and Repair Café – and it’s an idea that’s spreading…

Indi Kindi Manager, The Nangala Project

Wednesday, 26 February 2014

The not-for-profit Nangala Project Ltd is seeking an early learning specialist with exceptional project management and team leadership skills, together with an interest in Aboriginal education, to fill a new permanent, full-time position managing their Indi Kindi program. Indi Kindi is an innovative remote region Aboriginal early literacy project, achieving near 100 per cent participation of babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers in pilot NT bush communities since establishing in 2012. The primary responsibilities of this Sydney-based role are program development, administration, mentoring and management of our local NT-based Aboriginal staff and co-ordination of resource development.

Location: Sydney, NSW. In-community work is required for about two weeks per quarter, involving travel to remote NT communities, with all travel and secure, good standard accommodation provided.
Applications close: No deadline – just apply as soon as possible.
Click here for more info.

seed circus

Seed Circus

5 May, 2013
Learn about seed saving, foraging for edible weeds and swap items for seeds all at once with Milkwood Permaculture. ‘Seed Circus’ is a one-day event of learning, swapping, eating and meeting interesting people. This event is part of Milkwood’s Fair Share and is also a part of International Permaculture Day. Milkwood is a permaculture enterprise based near Mudgee, NSW Australia. Founded in 2007 by Kirsten Bradley and Nick Ritar with the intention to develop a small farm from scratch that would also be a working, abundant permaculture system.

Where: 107 Projects, 107 Redfern Street, Redfern, Sydney NSW.
When: 11am – 4pm, Sunday 5 May, 2013
Cost: Free!
Click here for more information.

Birds in Backyards

Birds in Backyards

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Discover new things at your doorstep.

Woman teaching a class

4 ways to share your sustainability knowledge

Friday, 19 November 2010

Our G readers know so much about taking care of the earth - why not volunteer to share that information with people who want to learn how?

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