“Green Savvy Sunday” market promotes sustainable living

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Canberra’s Old Bus Depot Marketswill again host Green Savvy Sunday on Sunday 15 September 2013.

This interactive market brings together products and community groups focused on domestic green sustainable living.

“This is the fourth year we’re holding Green Savvy Sunday and its focus is something both the markets and our stallholders feel really passionate about –how easy it is to be green in our everyday lives,” said Old Bus Depot Markets Director, Morna Whiting.

“The event will offer our market customers many beautiful products made with recycled materials, as well as information on ethical investments, solar power and growing food sustainably,” she continued.

Green Savvy Sunday is Canberra’s first interactive market dedicated to sustainability for the home.

Interesting products on offer on the day will include totes and handbags made from recycled jeans, handcrafted carpets from Cambodia (which is a Carpets for Communities project focused on sustainable solutions to ending poverty), artisan based works using linen, leather and wool,  unique upcycled furniture pieces and small home wares, electric bikes, organic skin care and clothing.

Justin Ryan from Armada Solar will be on hand with information on making your house more energy neutral, and Jodie Pipkorn From Canberra City Farm will have information on growing food locally and sustainably.

What: Green Savvy Sunday

Where: Old Bus Depot Markets

When: Sunday 15 September 2013

Time: 10am – 4pm

Cost: FREE entry

Web: www.obdm.com.au

“Green Savvy Sunday” market promotes sustainable living

Canberra’s Old Bus Depot Marketswill again hostGreen Savvy Sunday on Sunday 15 September 2013.

This interactive market brings together products and community groups focused on domestic green sustainable living.

“This is the fourth year we’re holding Green Savvy Sunday and its focus is something both the markets and our stallholders feel really passionate about –how easy it is to be green in our everyday lives,” said Old Bus Depot Markets Director, Morna Whiting.

“The event will offer our market customers many beautiful products made with recycled materials, as well as information on ethical investments, solar power and growing food sustainably,” she continued.

Green Savvy Sunday is Canberra’s first interactive market dedicated to sustainability for the home.

Interesting products on offer on the day will include totes and handbags made from recycled jeans, handcrafted carpets from Cambodia (which is a Carpets for Communities project focused on sustainable solutions to ending poverty), artisan based works using linen, leather and wool, uniqueupcycled furniture pieces and small home wares, electric bikes, organic skin care and clothing.

Justin Ryan from Armada Solar will be on hand with information on making your house more energy neutral, and Jodie Pipkorn From Canberra City Farm will have information on growing food locally and sustainably.

What: Green Savvy Sunday

Where: Old Bus Depot Markets

When: Sunday 15 September 2013

Time: 10am – 4pm

Cost: FREE entry

Web: www.obdm.com.au

“Green Savvy Sunday” market promotes sustainable living

Canberra’s Old Bus Depot Marketswill again hostGreen Savvy Sunday on Sunday 15 September 2013.

This interactive market brings together products and community groups focused on domestic green sustainable living.

“This is the fourth year we’re holding Green Savvy Sunday and its focus is something both the markets and our stallholders feel really passionate about –how easy it is to be green in our everyday lives,” said Old Bus Depot Markets Director, Morna Whiting.

“The event will offer our market customers many beautiful products made with recycled materials, as well as information on ethical investments, solar power and growing food sustainably,” she continued.

Green Savvy Sunday is Canberra’s first interactive market dedicated to sustainability for the home.

Interesting products on offer on the day will include totes and handbags made from recycled jeans, handcrafted carpets from Cambodia (which is a Carpets for Communities project focused on sustainable solutions to ending poverty), artisan based works using linen, leather and wool,  uniqueupcycled furniture pieces and small home wares, electric bikes, organic skin care and clothing.

 

Justin Ryan from Armada Solar will be on hand with information on making your house more energy neutral, and Jodie Pipkorn From Canberra City Farm will have information on growing food locally and sustainably.

What: Green Savvy Sunday

Where: Old Bus Depot Markets

When: Sunday 15 September 2013

Time: 10am – 4pm

Cost: FREE entry

Web: www.obdm.com.au

 

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