With the SOW coordinator, enrolled groups co-design a sustainability program of 1 to 4 educational session, choosing topics that are of interest to the group. The tailored program is then delivered to the group during its regular programmed meeting times.
Activities and workshops
Previous groups have chosen interactive workshops and activities about:
- composting and worm farming
- indigenous garden design
- planting wildflowers
- recycling right
- saving energy
- environmentally friendly cleaning
- vegetable gardening
Tours of sustainability education centres are also available through the program:
- CERES Environment Park
- Materials Recovery Facility
Any established or newly formed not-for-profit community group can apply.
Groups must meet within the City of Whittlesea municipality on a regular basis.
Groups must have a membership base that is at least 80 per cent residents from within the City of Whittlesea.
How to take part
Interested local community groups should completed an online expression of interest form below.
Groups can express interest in the program at any time. Programming of workshops and activities are scheduled according to availability.
Expressions of interest are open from Friday 4 May and will close on Tuesday 5 June. Applications will be assessed and successful groups will be notified by Wednesday 13 June.
For more information
Contact our Sustainability Administration and Events Officer on 9217 2042 or email firstname.lastname@example.org - please include SOW in the subject line.