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SA Groups
Community gardens in SA
Growing food - see website below for address and other details
Are at:
Aberfoyle, Adelaide, Aldinga Beach, Banksia Park, Bedford Park, Blair Athol, Brompton, Campbelltown, Christie Downs, Clayton Bay, Elizabeth, Fullarton, Gawler, Gilles Plains, Glandore, Goodwood, Goolwa, Hackham, Henley Beach, Hillcrest, Kapunda, Milang, Morphett Vale, Mt Barker, Mt Gambier, Murray Bridge, Noarlunga Downs, Pt Lincoln, Pt Pirie, St Marys, Seaford, Semaphore, Victor Harbor, Wallaroo, Williamstown, Woodville Gdns, Wynn Vale
Conservation Council of South Australia
Connecting community conservation.
The Conservation Council of South Australia is the peak environment body for the State, and works in association with the Conservation Councils of other states. Conservation Council SA is an independent, non-profit and strictly non-party political organization representing over 50 of South Australia’s environment and conservation organizations and their 60,000 supporters. We give a voice to the growing environmental challenges that face us and the emerging solutions showing the way to the future.
Email: reception@conservationsa.org.au
Website: http://www.conservationsa.org.au/
Mount Pleasant Farmers Market
Local food market
The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market is a weekly food market that is a community run and managed not-for-profit business, providing local employment, supporting sustainable farming, and providing an affordable local food shopping experience for locals and visitors to the region. Every Saturday 8am - 12 noon at Mount Pleasant Showground. For more information, see our website below.
Email: mpnrc@bigpond.com
Website: http://www.mpfm.org.au
One Planet Market - SCSA
Local food production and distribution
A community market held on the third Saturday of the month at Payneham Community Centre (374 Payneham Rd, Payneham) 9-12noon. Our aims are to encourage local production and local economy and to foster community relationships, resilience and self-reliance. Eleanor Evans 0437 653 858.
Email: sun45shine@hotmail.com
Website: http://sustainablecommunitiessa.wordpress.com
Sustainable Communities SA Inc.
Building resilient communities to tackle climate change and lower our ecological footprint towards a one planet lifestyle.
Lifestyle changes that lead to sustainability are easier to make when we work with and learn from other people. We encourage the formation of Community Groups in which members support each other to make changes in the areas of energy, food, transport, waste and water and in the way they live. There are Sustainable Communities groups in many metropolitan areas, and also in the Adelaide Hills, Strathalbyn, and Mount Gambier.
Email: bmylius@chariot.net.au
Website: http://sustainablecommunitiessa.wordpress.com
Tea Tree Gully Sustainable Communities Group
Citizens of Tea Tree Gully tackling Climate Change
The Tea Tree Gully Sustainable Communities group is one of over 20 locally-based Community Groups that actively support members to learn about sustainability and find ways to reduce their ecological footprint. In addition, lively monthly meetings, shared expertise, working bees, excursions and film showings are offered.
Email: stevewalsh3@gmail.com
Website: http://sustainablecommunitiessa.wordpress.com
Thorndon Park Kindergarten
Kindergarten
We are a preschool community numbering approximately 60 children and families interested in moving toward being more sustainable.
Email: debwalsh57@gmail.com
Website: http://www.thorndonkgn.sa.edu.au
Trees For Life
Opportunities to do something practical to help restore and protect the natural environment.
Trees For Life provides training and support for volunteers. Just a few hours a month really can make a difference. Volunteering opportunities (on your own or in a group) include: seed collection, bushland conservation, tree growing, cleaning & packing seed, speaking to community groups and schools, office administration, distribution of materials, nursery assistance, and fundraising.
Email: info@treesforlife.org.au
Website: http://www.treesforlife.org.au