Fresh take on sustainability shared

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Fresh take on sustainability shared

Millicent was recently the venue for a weekend of activities, workshops and other opportunities to learn to live sustainably.

Wattle Range Council invited people to ‘Re-A-Range’ their thinking, try something a little different and expand their knowledge on sustainable practices.

It was an initiative of the council’s Climate Change Action Plan Group, Re-A-Range.

Talks about the fabulous ‘Rationally Wasted’ Exhibition were given by artists Selena Smith and Diana Perkins.

Their ‘Rationally Wasted Exhibition’ opened on May 5 at the Millicent Gallery and has been extended until mid-June.

Over the Re-A-Range weekend, the duo offered workshops on making a bag from an upcycled t-shirt and creating repurposed flowers from old books and maps.

The weekend included the Millicent Show Grounds Car Boot Sale and Market; extended trading by the Millicent Op Shops and a ‘How to Grow your very own Mushrooms’ class.

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