GLC Sustainable Pop-Up Kitchen at Newtown Festival

The Green Living Centre's sustainable pop-up kitchen will be at the heart of Newtown Festival's eco-space on Sunday 13 November at Camperdown Memorial Rest Park.

The interactive kitchen space will feature natural, energy-efficient, low-carbon, recycled, re-used and toxic-free materials and equipment and there will be the chance to win sustainable prizes.

Festival attendees will learn how to adjust their kitchen activities and choices to:

  • Reduce their energy and water use
  • Minimise food waste
  • Source fresh, locally grown produce
  • Grow their own vegetables/herbs
  • Shop by minimising packaging and plastics
  • Clean with low-toxic cleaners

The pop-up kitchen will include displays and demonstrations showing how to more sustainable around the home. Parva will show how to make beeswax wraps and natural skincare products. Gavin will have a beehive and a biopod for soldier fly larvae – a new and super-fast way to make compost.

Cottage in the Graveyard Community Garden will have honey tasting from their beehives, Pocket City Farm will demonstrate worm farms and composting and have a small-space garden display. Green Power and Pingala will show how we use, and can save, energy.

For more information on the workshops, information and support available from The Green Living Centre call 9519 6366, visit the Green Living Centre Facebook page or www.greenlivingcentre.org.au

The Green Living Centre is a joint initiative of Inner West Council and the City of Sydney.

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