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Doing Biosensitivity

June 14 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

How do we actually live our daily lives respectfully in tune with nature?

The Fenner Foundation invites you to one of our two workshops to hear about projects we’re working on.

530pm June 14 or 2pm 23 Room F101, Foresty Building, B48 Linneus Way, ANU

RSVP to projects@fennerfoundation.org.au

We want your ideas and your help in making them happen. You can join a working group to build these projects into the Canberra community. In particular, our working groups will focus on:

  • Respect for Nature: the project - Your home, a habitat and No mow: How to attract and respect non-human species in our houses, gardens and communities.
  • Biosensitivity at home: the project – Plastics and pollution free: How to live as consumers with respect to nature.
  • Making Canberra food and water secure: How to preserve and grow food and water supplies so that they can withstand future changes.
  • Transforming cultures: What needs to change in how we live now, and How are we going to make that change happen.

We hope you can come and share your thoughts, to form groups that will take action into the future. A full flyer is here.

 

Details

Date:
June 14
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Organiser

Frank Fenner Foundation

Venue

Fenner School
Room F101, Forestry Building, B48 Linneus Way
ANU, ACT Australia
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