Resources

Find a list of resources here to help you make the change to live a more eco friendly lifestyle.We will be updating this as time goes on. 

 

Remember baby steps!

ZERO WASTE VICTORIA 

Zero Waste Victoria is focused on providing people with ideas and skills, guiding sustainable habit change, sharing practical resources and connecting with community.

http://zerowastevictoria.org/

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The Rogue Ginger

Erin Rhoads is the curious lady behind The Rogue Ginger, one of Australia's popular eco lifestyle websites. She has been been writing about her own journey since 2013 sharing how she reduced plastic and her rubbish, leading to a happier and healthier life.

https://www.therogueginger.com/

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Gippsland Unwrapped

Tammy Logan has spent my whole life in Gippsland except for a few years in Melbourne to study. She always taken steps to reduce my environmental footprint and my entire working life has been in the sustainability sector, but in 2014 a feeling began to grow inside me that it wasn’t enough anymore and that I needed to work harder to make a difference. Check out her blog for great articles and advice.

https://gippslandunwrapped.com/

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1MIllion Women

Women & girls from every corner of the planet building a lifestyle revolution to fight the climate crisis. A  movement founded by Natalie Isaacs encouraging people to make the change to a more eco concious lifestyle. Around the world women make 85% of the consumer decisions that affect the household's carbon footprint, which means women can influence through every dollar we spend and every choice we make.

https://www.1millionwomen.com.au/

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Book: Down to Earth - Rhonda Hetzel

Rhonda Hetzel is a retired journalist and technical writer best known for her award-winning blog, 'Down to Earth'.  Full of handy hints and gentle, practical advice. Rhonda lives the simple life and shares in this book her many experiences on how to go about simplifying and starting your own Down to Earth life.

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Book: Backyard Bounty

Featuring top advice from ABC Organic Gardener magazine, horticultural editor Penny Woodward and expert contributors present a practical guide to growing vegetables organically, whether you’re starting a patch from scratch or you’re an old hand who wants to go greener.

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Book: Waste Not - Erin Rhodes

Make a big difference throwing away less using tools, tips and tricks from The Rouge Ginger blogger, Erin Rhoads. If you've ever asked yourself if it's possible to live a modern life with less waste, then this guide book is for you; Anyone and everyone who’d like to make changes to reduce their individual impact and carbon footprint at home and in everyday life, start here.

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