Sustainable Homes

Community Leaders in Sustainability is running again in Banyule and Darebin in 2015-16
Applications have now closed for Banyule Community Leaders in Sustainability. Congratulations to all those who applied and were accepted to take part.

The Banyule course starts on Tuesday February 9 and continues through until May 2016.

The Darebin course concluded in December, with most participants currently working on their community projects.

We’ll also be running more community workshops and activities on a range of environmental topics in Banyule and Darebin through 2016.

Remember, all our events are free of charge, so keep an eye out here and on the Workshops and Events tab to find out what's coming up.

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Free Organic Matter for your compost and garden

Council, with the help of local businesses Mocopan and Charles Sandford Woodturning and Joinery, is giving away free coffee husks and wood shavings, which improve the quality of compost and your garden. Coffee husks are the bi-product of the coffee roasting process and an ideal additive to compost. They can also be used as a garden mulch when mixed with the soil directly or mixed with other mulch materials like straw, pea straw, wood shavings or wood/bark mulches. Wood shavings are an excellent source of carbon when added to composts. They can be used alone or mixed with coffee husks to form a garden mulch. Coffee husks and wood shavings can be collected from outside the Bundoora Park Visitor Centre, 1069 Plenty Road. For more information call 8470 8170.

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