We've decided to continue the produce exchange for another month; Saturday 24th April, 1st May, 8th May, 15th May. Same time, same place - under Goulburn Street School's oak-tree between 3.30 and 4.30pm. (This is the oak tree in the centre of the school ground, NOT the tree over the Forest Road car park.)
Since the difficult part of the exchange has been organising a volunteer roster, we're going to experiment with being volunteer-free, and trusting everyone who comes to take responsibility for running it, clearing up etc. Even if you've run out of produce, come and enjoy the company and conversation. The exchange has a 'loaves and fishes' aspect - there's always lots of food to spare.
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Our objective is to increase awareness, accessibility, ease and enjoyment of sustainable living and community life in our community of West Hobart. We will facilitate community projects and disseminate information relating to sustainable living.
WHEN is part of the international Transition Towns movement which is working to build more resilient and vibrant local communities.
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This terrific WHEN product was letterboxed to residents in February 2012. If you missed out for some reason, contact us and we will get a copy to you.
We currently have 3 active subgroups. For more details about their activities, click on the relevant link below in "Navigate this Website". New members are most welcome - pls contact the convenor of the group for meeting dates and times!
Gardens and Food: Ann Hughes 6234 2995
Sustainable Housing: John Carpenter 6231 6349
Sustainable Transport: Margaret Steadman 6231 4751