Time: 5.00pm - 8.00pm
Date: Thursdays, 13 October to 8 December
Where: Castlemaine Community House
Instructor: Mel Willard
This 9-week course explores the impact of climate change on our food, energy and water systems. Making resource efficient decisions now, will lead us on the right path to having a sustainable future.
Participants will learn to understand the language & concepts around environmental sustainability, and how these concepts can make a positive impact in your home, on your budget and on our planet.
Topics covered include:
• Energy systems & sector energy
• How to save on your energy bill
• Food systems
• Water as a resource
• Ecological justice & climate change solutions
• Waste & recycling
Bookings close Monday 10 October
Date: Thursdays, 13 October to 8 December (9 sessions)
Time: 5.00pm – 8.00pm
Cost: $90 (Full) / $75 (Early Bird Discount, available until 3 October) / $70 (Concession)
Facilitator: Mel Willard
Mel has been working and living in the space of environmental sustainability and learning how things work so she can live lighter and with more understanding for a long time.
She has had past lives travelling on bicycles around Australia, working in mental health in the Blue Mountains NSW and running alternative learning programs in Western Sydney. Following she then worked as a postie (life dream!) and completed several small farm internships in NSW and QLD.
Currently Mel works as a local grower of organic vegetables, herbs, edible flowers on Dja Dja Wurrung country, in Harcourt and enjoys spending time being creative and spending time in the bush, under the stars or around a fire and cuddling her dog, Scallywag.
She looks forward to learning more as well as teaching this course that speaks plainly about how we can understand what part we can play (or not play) in the world around us. If you’ve ever wanted to know in plain speak what a lot of environmental jargon goes on about, and some simple things to do that make you an active player this could very well be the course for you!