Sustainable Summer Workshops: CERES
Posted in Movements by Kate Archdeacon on November 12th, 2009
Concerned about Climate Change? Want to reduce your household energy use, costs and greenhouse gas emissions? Looking to renovate responsibly… stay sustainably cool… have an X-mas, without the excess? Sustainable Summer @ CERES EcoHouse is a series of free workshops beginning in early November to help you reduce your festive footprint, track your household energy use, renovate your house sustainably and connect with others in your community. Workshops are in the newly-renovated EcoHouse, a showcase of stylish sustainable design at CERES Community Environment Park. All sessions are free, family friendly and refreshments will be provided. Participants are encouraged to attend multiple sessions.
As well as access to a fantastic range of hands-on workshops run by leading sustainability experts, you’ll also get to meet regularly with like-minded people, share concerns, ideas and inspiration and be part of a community taking action towards a sustainable future! Sustainable Summer@CERES EcoHouse Workshops are targeted, flexible, and hands-on, to help make household sustainability accessible to you, whatever your circumstances, in an ongoing supportive community. Workshops run between November 2009 and March 2010, on Wednesday evenings and/or Saturdays. Participants are encouraged to attend multiple sessions. All Sustainable Summer@CERES EcoHouse workshops are at the CERES EcoHouse, 8 Lee Street, Brunswick East.
The program is free, but places are limited so book early. For further information visit the website, download the flyer, phone 9387 4472 or email david