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Ancient Forests: Rob Kooyman, respected Australia forest ecologist, traces the history of the ancient forests of Gondwana, how they evolved from Patagonia and Antartica…and now after just 232 years of white settlement, are in grave danger of being destroyed beyond… Continue Reading →
Caretaking our biodiversity is vital for our native flora and fauna, clean water, clean air, pest control, pollination, nutrient storage, medicines, mental and physical health. From this knowledge and understanding we can all step forward into the actions we can… Continue Reading →
We are a group of grassroots environmentalists working in a non violent direct active way to bring information to the people. Click here to go to our Facebook page. Click here for a little more information.
Tweed Landcare supports people caring for the environment and natural resources of the Tweed. We provide information, training, project coordination, advocacy and representation for our members, locality groups, landholders and community. Click here to visit our website.
The North East Forest Alliance (NEFA) is a volunteer forest conservation group established in 1989 with the aims of protecting rainforest, oldgrowth forest, wilderness and threatened species. We have used all methods at our disposal to achieve these goals, including… Continue Reading →
Zero Emissions Tweed (ZET) connects Tweed business, government, industry and the broader community with sustainability, climate change and carbon reduction programs, services and information. Click here to go to their website. All Posts
Tweed Water Alliance Inc opposes water extraction for bottling and are proud supporters of this year’s World Environment Day Festival. They’ll have an information stall and you can buy at nominal cost stainless steel drink bottles, ‘Stop Water Mining’ triangle… Continue Reading →
Visioning our positive future. Join in a fun group visioning for the whole community led by Youth Leader in Climate Resilience Audrey O’Donnell-Parr (16yrs), and The Joyality Project’s Shamila Millard. Together we’ll create a vision for a thriving, regenerative and just… Continue Reading →
Martin Ernegg of Synergetic Systems Inc, Nimbin, is creating building materials made from valuable weeds and magnesia cement, for example lightweight bricks, flooring composites and insulation panels, which store carbon (weed chips) within magnesia cement, over a long period and is a… Continue Reading →
Mullumbimby engineer, Sapoty Brook has developed the CarGoSolar system to reduce waiting at charging stations, reduce carbon emissions, and reduce energy costs. Anyone wanting a portable source of power can use it too. Get ten thousand kilometers at no cost… Continue Reading →
John Pumpurs, The Frog Prints, offers educational material and discussion on frogs and macro invertebrates. John is an avid frog conservationist as well as a talented photographer of these fantastic amphibians. Click here to go to The Frog Prints website.
Volunteer as bird experts and host information booths for public or educational events, Work with local Landcare groups to provide bird surveys, Conduct shorebird counts at sites along the Tweed, Brunswick, Richmond, and Evans Rivers We’ll answer your questions about… Continue Reading →
Visit our stall to nominate your favourite environmental champions for the 2021 Tweed Sustainability Awards. Come and see us at the festival or click here for more information.
Promoting and working for appropriate development in the Tweed Valley and the broader Northern Rivers of NSW. northernriversguardians.org
Green Heroes takes children on a journey of exploration into the intricate weavings of all living things, through nature-based experiences, interactive games and guided activities. Our education programs have a specific emphasis on learning through imaginative play, to foster connections with… Continue Reading →
Kyogle Environment Group (KEG) is a voluntary not-for-profit. A grassroots collective, aiming to bring information to the public on local, national and international environmental and Climate Change issues. Click here to go to our Facebook page.
Team Koala is made up of community minded people who have joined together to protect the remaining koala populations of the Tweed Shire and surrounds. Click here to go to our Facebook page.
Tweed Shire Council proudly provides support to the Caldera Environment Centre to stage World Environment Day Festival 2021.