Event July 12 The July event will be celebrating Indigenous Culture, by providing you with a sensory Indigenous Ingredients experience, tasting and also some great presenters. Julie Merlet, founder of NATIF, and a nutritionist, will introduce you to a selection of indigenous superfoods, herbs and spices, and share their health, environmental, social and community benefits. . . .
Sustainable Melbourne floral designer Flower Bird is partnering with The Nest to transform our Fair@Square tent into a floral & foliage paradise. I love flowers – and I don’t know many people who don’t. Do you? It doesn’t matter what the occasion – birthdays, weddings, funerals, retirements, meetings, window displays and events – flowers are . . .
#TheNestF@S2016 #DetoxYourHome Gratitude – There is no “I” in Team Events always need supporters and a team to get them off the ground, and The Nest this year is no exception. Both the speaker program and nursery display reflect the support this project has. And today I would like to thank the following sponsors. . . .
The Nest at Fair@Square on December 3 and 4 2016 will show you how The aim of this program is to raise awareness, inform you, and share tips and tricks to transform your home into a healthy sanctuary. #TheNestF@S16 #DetoxTheNest I have brought together a broad cross section of speakers to address the different aspects . . .
In-between making carrot cake and shaping sourdough loaves for her stall at the upcoming weekend’s Barossa Farmer’s Market, freelance writer, television presenter and now tea-blender, Cherie Hausler, finds time to chat with me. Her warmth and generosity radiated throughout the conversation, as did her love of food. Cherie’s passion for food has always been present . . .
Lizzie Marton, a writer and sustainability warrior who is passionate about things that matter, caught up with Natalie Dillon, co-founder of 3fish, an ethical clothing company that ensures the products they create ‘do good’ at every point along the supply chain. “We weren’t surprised with what happened in Dhaka in 2013. I wish we had been…” Natalie . . .
Why I am inspired to go on the Hands on Development tour. I have been eagerly seeking the opportunity to visit a producer community and see Fair Trade in action in terms of its impact on the lives of both workers and their communities. As an advocate for Fair Trade, I feel that one of . . .
When Kyabram Orchardist Dario Pulsoni’s supply contract for SPC Ardmona cannery was cut back, he was left with ten ton of pears that were about to become cattle fodder. Sam Pendergast, who has a background in distilling, heard about Pulsoni’s situation through the Goulburn Valley food co-op, and thought to turn the pears into cider. . . .
Western Desert Dialysis crowned ethical enterprise of the year. Image: Moral Fairground Director, Susanna Bevilacqua, and Western Desert Dialysis Wellbeing Program Co-ordinator, Christy Van Der Heyden Western Desert Dialysis has been recognised as a leader in ethical trade practices after winning the inaugural Ethical Enterprise Award in Melbourne on 29 November. The first of its kind in Australia, the . . .
ecoChici Vendor Profile Amy Lewis – Designer, Day to Day Operations Philip Lewis – Inventor, ideas man If every household replaced one gift wrapped in paper with an ecoChici wrap, how many times would this cover the MCG? …The answer is 26 times* Unbelievable! You can either watch the video or read story below – . . .