Transition Darebin Workshop - Sowing seeds of resilience in the suburbs
This free workshop is one of a series highlighting the skills and expertise of local people and spreading this knowledge to strengthen our community in Darebin.
Sowing seeds of resilience in the suburbs:
Methods to manage ‘waste’, mobilise and involve neighbours and regenerate small spaces.
Sunday 29th November 3.00 – 4.30 (by zoom)
This session seeks to inform and inspire others living in multi unit apartment precincts to:
- ‘Green’ their backyard / balcony / terrace and wider precinct
- Design systems to manage ‘waste’
- Rejuvenate small spaces and marginal edges
- Develop meaningful connections with neighbours and trades
Understand how Permaculture zones and principles can assist in creating positive changes
Note - The session time will be approximately an hour with time allowed to settle in at the start and some time for extra questions at the end if required.
Lena and Elise are residents in a multi-unit precinct in Thornbury.
Through video and discussion they will share their experience of applying these practices on their own properties and within their precinct.
Your Host - Transition Darebin
We are a community group based in Darebin which aims to inspire a transition to more sustainable ways of living. This series of workshops supports local people by showcasing their skills within the community. The sessions offer opportunities to learn about sustainable living, be informed about climate/environmental issues and build stronger connections between local people, in order to create a healthy, sustainable and inclusive community.
This event is kindly supported by a Darebin City Council grant