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Blue Mountains Planetary Health Day

February 24 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Everybody needs a Planetary Health Day!

A one-stop shop and fun Community Day at the Planetary Health Precinct to help you tick off all those sustainability and disaster risk reduction goals on your to-do list.

It’s an opportunity to visit the Planetary Health Precinct and find ways to save money, reduce disaster risk, and restore the health of our community and planet!

The Blue Mountains Planetary Health Initiative will be launching a WATER TANK COMMUNITY BULK BUY so you can order discounted water tanks. Other highlights of the day will include:

• a First Nations Cultural Workshop with Chris Tobin;

• an opportunity to meet the ‘off-grid’ Chippendale Sustainable House guy Michael Mobbs as he installs a ‘Cool Seat’ at the Precinct;

• learning about fire safety and volunteering with the fabulous South Katoomba RFS;

• learning about volunteering to protect our wildlife with W.I.R.E.S Blue Mountains Branch;

• an opportunity to speak with local solar panel providers;

• a chance to spend some time with a local EV owner to discuss what it’s like to be an every day electric car driver in the Mountains;

• meeting Diego Bonetto and Marnee Fox at their Eat Weeds stall;

• tasting plant-based food and learning to make plant-based cheese at a tasting and ‘how-to-make-your-own cheese’ demonstration;

• an opportunity to taste fermented foods;

• viewings of our Water For Life exhibition and our wicking beds and ponds;

• learning about seed saving and buying local seeds and produce;

• a drip irrigation workshop;

• learning about reducing your waste and growing food;

• a Blackheath Community Farm stall selling seedlings;

• learning about fire resistant hempcrete;

• making or buying a Boomerang Bag from Boomerang Bags Blue Mountains;

• an opportunity to pick up free books and clothes;

and lots more!


BM Planetary Health Precinct
33-39 Acacia St
Katoomba, NSW 2780 Australia
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