Change makers showcased for National Science Week

David and Gabby Locke and the Entire Tech team receiving their Switched on Business Award from City of Armadale Mayor and Chairperson of the South East Regional Energy Group, Ruth Butterfield. They were joined by Cr Aaron Adams (City of Gosnells / SEREG delegate), City of Melville Business Development Advisor Stuart Tomlinson and Sustainability Engagement Officer Jess Sutherland. Photo credit: City of Melville. 

Verge gardening, the future of residential energy and food security will all be explored in a free workshop series planned for National Science Week.

Change makers: Climate science and adaptation includes a diverse range of workshops taking place across Perth and aims to help attendees thrive in Perth’s changing climate.

Explore Change Makers: Climate science and adaptation events

Attend an event and be treated to an engaging presentation and take home free ‘Seeds of change’ to start making change at home, by growing your own herbs! We’re also running a Change Makers competition for National Science Week, enter here  for your chance to win a sustainability prize pack valued at $250.

 The Change Makers workshop series is presented in partnership with the SJ Food and Farm Alliance, a community organisation that supports peri-urban agriculture with a focus on food security, community health and strengthening local economies.

This workshop series is presented as part of National Science Week and received grant funding from the Australian Government. 

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