Environmental Events

Greening Our Future Events

Council runs a six monthly series of FREE environmental sustainability events, designed to help residents live more sustainably. A variety of topics are offered to help people reduce their environmental impact and actively enhance the biodiversity and amenity of our local environment.

Webinars

Composting for Beginners - Wednesday 19 May

7:30 - 8:30pm, FREE

Learn how easy it is to create nourishing compost to improve your soil in either the garden or pots and help grow healthy plants, while reducing food waste sent to landfill. Good for you and your garden, good for the environment! Join us for this online webinar on 19th May, from wherever you happen to be. Book your place below. 

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Worm Farming for Beginners - Thursday 20 May

7:30 - 8:30pm, FREE

Learn how easy it is to create nourishing 'worm juice' to improve your soil in either the garden or pots and help grow healthy plants, while reducing food waste sent to landfill. Good for you and your garden, good for the environment!

Join us for this online webinar on Thursday 20 May. Book your place below.

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Attracting lizards to your gardens - Saturday 22 May

1–2.30pm, FREE

On Saturday 22 May you can celebrate International Day for Biological Diversity by joining our FREE webinar on “Attracting lizards to your Garden’ presented by Richard Rowe of Sustainable Gardening Australia.

Australia is often described as a 'Lizard’s Landscape' having a huge variety, many being found nowhere else in the world.   In our urban environment, however, lizards face many threats including loss of habitat, pet predation, traffic and garden chemical use.  They need our help.

Find out how to help our local lizards by joining the webinar to learn the important ecological role they play as insect controllers and how to create a “lizard lounge’ habitat in your own garden.

The United Nations has declared this day as one to focus our attention on biodiversity issues and to become “part of the solution”.  Every small step toward arresting Biodiversity decline is a step in the right direction for the health of the planet and all its inhabitants.   

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Further Information

To stay up to date on upcoming Greening Our Future events, subscribe to Council’s EnviroNews e-Newsletter here.

Contact Us

Frankston City Council
PO Box 490
30 Davey Street
Frankston VIC 3199
P. 1300 322 322
E. info@frankston.vic.gov.au

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