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Eco Friends/Regeneration Nation
Eco Friends/Regeneration Nation
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7 Samarinda Ave, Ashburton, Vic, AU
Climate zone:
Warm Temperate

Fernanda Dehays Monique Miller
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Eco Friends/Regeneration Nation

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Urban, Residential, Community

Project Summary

A local support group for people who have or are going "green". It's hard to change habits of consumerism, & fast food so, this group will be about meeting ppl of like mind & help support each other in changing, growing & sharing information

Project Description

This group will be starting at the Craig Community Centre in Ashburton. It will commence from approximately 3:00 & run until about 5:00 or 5:30. It is open to anyone but, especially to residents of Ashburton, Ashwood & Chadstone.

There will be a cummilation of many aspects in this group. I plan to bring in local natural healers to speak, teach & learn nature crafts as well as encourage sharing growths from each others gardens as well as getting involved with others around us. I want this group to become a core group here in Ashburton that steps in & gets involved not only with ourselves but, with other groups & societies in the area

This is the first time I have done something like this - create a group so I am hoping it will go well.


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