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Sustainable living, starting in your own backyard
Looking for an inexpensive, family-friendly day out? Well, diarise Sunday, the 27th of May, for the annual Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF), City of Logan's nod to World Environment Day. The festival will be held at the Logan Campus of Griffith University, 68 University Drive, Meadowbrook.
Free Shuttle Bus from Loganlea Railway Station between 10am and 3pm - TICK
What is this festival all about? Basically, it's about "Rethinking the future" and "exploring ways to reduce, reuse and recycle to create a healthier world and future."
There will be several guest speakers on the day to share their wisdom, including celebrity gardener from Gardening Australia, Costa Georgiadis, and Paul West, sustainable farmer and chef, from television's "River Cottage".
River Cottage, TV series
Nature photographer and publisher, Steve Parish, will be giving a masterclass in photography and there will be workshops in up-cycling, sustainable gardening and making kokedamas. Yes, you read that right, kokedamas - growing plants in a ball of string, Japanese style.
Other demonstrations will include: Learning how to create a butterfly garden Keeping backyard chickens