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Read about Ku-ring-gai residents making their homes and local areas more environmentally friendly.
Keen gardener Helena has been busy creating a thriving community of organic plants and insects in her backyard.
Residents in Minnamurra Avenue get together every month to look after their ‘oasis of greenery’ at Blackbutt Creek.
A group of dedicated volunteers have been helping to restore habitat for a colony of Grey-headed flying foxes.
A small group of Roseville residents get together each month to regenerate a beautiful part of the bush.
Lydia experimented with her challenging block until she successfully created a fertile and abundant garden.
Julie, Paul and their two boys relish their new life in their energy and water efficient garden.
Diana and Ivor looked to sustainably improve their indoor air quality.
When it comes to being sustainable, Wahroonga couple, Ailsa and Peter, show that it’s the little things that count.
In 2010 with support from Ku-ring-gai Council, this couple converted their pool into a natural pond which has saved them money and is now home to an amazing variety of plants and animals.
David and Samantha have been taking slow, well-planned steps to make their remarkable, sustainable home a reality.