Sustainable Communities SA has completed a Strategic Plan 2017-2022!
The planning process had helped us to refine our purpose and aims and the completed plan will guide us as we revive our organisation, take new directions and embark on new partnerships.
Thanks to the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters for a Community Grant that enabled us to do this important work, and to consultant Susan Raphael who assisted us.
We invite members and other interested people to read the plan and join us as we put it into action!
Be part of making decisions for a better local community through Fund My Neighbourhood, an SA Government program in which you can vote for ideas for local projects and improvements. Voting closes at 5pm, Monday 20 November 2017.
Here are just a few examples of proposed projects:
EnergySmart South Australia shows you how to reduce your energy bills at home or in your small business.
You can download the EnergySmart booklet or pick up a hard copy. This 96 page booklet, funded by the South Australian Government, has detailed information about different ways to save money.
Also check out the Energy Tour featuring Jon Dee speaking at public meetings October-November 2017 around Adelaide and South Australia.
Free Grow Grow Grow Your Own Workshop
Sunday 20 August 2017
3pm-5pm at Fullarton Park Centre, 411 Fullarton Road, Fullarton 5063
Please register to attend by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0407 608 345
Presenter: Kate Grigg – qualified horticulturalist and conservationist
Kate has a large following across Australia through her Facebook groups, Foraging Australia and Mushroom Foragers of South Australia. Kate is consulted by many Australian chefs, professional and amateur foragers and people who want accurate identification of plants and fungi they have found. Kate regularly hosts events for councils, wineries and the food industry.
Meet in the park just outside the Rear Foyer entrance at 3pm. Please note that the workshop will involve walking around the grounds of Fullarton Park Community Centre.
Thanks to a generous Unley Council grant: FREE! If you have any excess produce to share, bring that too!