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Want to reduce your ecological footprint, but just don’t know where to start?
Then come along to the Transition Streets Sustainable Living Festival and learn practical steps you can take to live more sustainably while strengthening your community.
Deakin Waterfront Campus
Sunday 8 March
11am – 4pm
This free event is the first of its kind in Geelong. The festival will feature a range of speakers addressing topics such as sustainability and community connection.
Comedian Rod Quantock, OAM will MC the event while the Formidable Vegetable band will plant good vibes with their fresh funk-swing sounds.
At the festival you’ll also be able to:
* Learn new skills and get hands-on at a range of workshops
*Make an eco-switch by shopping in the environmentally-friendly market area
* Enjoy delicious plant-based meals and snacks from local food trucks
* Explore living small with the on-site tiny house
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Transition Streets is a grassroots initiative that focuses on connecting and supporting neighbourhoods around the issues of sustainability. Renters and owners alike are encouraged to link up with neighbours to make our homes and streets more energy efficient, less resource-dependent, more self-reliant with food, less wasteful, healthier and more enjoyable places to live.
This project is supported by the City of Greater Geelong through it’s Community Events program and major funding through a Pick My Project grant.
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