City of Wodonga


Learn to live a life that doesn't cost the earth

Sustainable Living Festival will kick off tomorrow with a wide range of activities throughout the month for those looking for tips on going green.

There will be a range of activities for community members to improve their sustainable practices to make a real difference in the community.

The highlight of the festival will be the Sustainable Living Fair on Saturday, November 18 at Junction Square from 9am-1pm.

"More and more Border residents are realising that it's not harder to be greener and live more sustainably," Wodonga Mayor Cr Anna Speedie said.

"We hope residents will become empowered to make some small changes to their energy use or other sustainable activity and can take home ideas to make it happen."

The orginal MasterChef Julie Goodwin will deliver a cooking demonstration at the fair.

There will also be a tiny house, eletric vehicles, a series of talks and workshops, children's activities, music and food.

Tomorrow Parklands Albury Wodonga rangers will lead community members tomorrow on a free Wildflower Walk 'n' Talk into the beautiful bush reserve on Castle Creek Road in Wodonga.

‚ÄčIn the springtime, this is one of Wodonga's most spectular wildflower areas. Rangers will talk about the restoration work that has been done over the years to restore and improve this important habitat for threatened species.

SLF 2017


Last updated: 31-10-2017

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