Sustainable living, events and news in the City of Port Phillip

Baykeeper Youth Crew The Baykeeper RE-Generation Project trains youth in creating a resilient Port Phillip Bay. What's on, My Community Port Melbourne cafes rescue cyclists in caffeine need Cyclists can now borrow a free bike lock from their local cafe with Lock 2 Latte What's on, My Community Can sport be sustainable? National Swimming Championships in Albert Park go green What's on, My Community Organic food co-op comes to Elwood Emily Ballantyne-Brodie sells affordable organic food boxes sourced from local farms My Community Chickens, bees and wine are doable on an urban block A South Melbourne resident turns her backyard into a permaculture oasis News, My Community RipeNearMe website matches local growers with eaters Find out where you can get locally grown food near you News, My Community
A Little Library is coming to a home near you Could this be the cutest celebration of reading there is? What's on, My Community The Toward Zero Community Forum will help tackle our biggest environmental challenges The Toward Zero Community Forum will address our biggest environmental challenges such as reducing greenhouse gas, water use and waste. What's on, My Community, What your council is doing Farmers' markets in the City of Port Phillip If you want to shop locally and in season, these farmers' markets are your best bet. What's on, My Community Where to buy in bulk locally in Port Phillip Buying in bulk is a great way to save on packaging waste. My Community, My House Energy assessment grants for businesses extended Sustainability Victoria is offering to help businesses improve their energy and materials efficiency through the Resource Assessment Grant Green Businesses, My Community Solar take-up in Elwood is drastically lower than national average Elwood resident, Lis Fenwick sets the example for her neighbours by installing solar My Community, What your council is doing Council worms part of national compost study City of Port Phillip worm farms at St Kilda Town Hall have become a research site as part of an Australian study into composting. What your council is doing Event Guided walks - 2016 Program now available! Our popular program of free walking tours that explores the heritage, art and historical treasures of the seven neighbourhood precincts of Port Phillip. What's on, What your council is doing Event Cogs Girls - skills sessions for road cyclists kick off for 2016 Ongoing sessions. Improve your road bike skills in a welcoming and safe way with Cogs Girls. What's on, My Community