An exciting new community space in the southern area of ECOSS featuring new projects including Silverculture community vineyard, Garlic plots run by Farmer Incubator, Crops for community plots trialling Biochar. Preparations have already begun to see these projects up and running in 2023. There will be opportunities for people to join, learn, and participate in the projects
UpCycles Overview UpCycles is a bicycle maintenance hub, youth group space, adjoining the overflow maintenance space. Here we will collect discarded bicycles, and unwanted bicycle parts provided by local bike shops. We will work with youth teams and other community members of all abilities to refurbish the bicycles for both charity and for
In collaboration with Aunty Kim and her work to share the Creation Story, a ‘soundscape box’ is to be designed, built and positioned at ECOSS
Stage Renovation Projectadmin2021-05-03T04:05:43+10:00
ECOSS plans to bring new life to the performance area on the village green through improvements to the stage area.
Crops for Community to Marketadmin2022-09-08T16:59:34+10:00
‘Crops for Community’ is educating and empowering volunteers of all abilities to create food crops to be available at our weekly produce market.
Reconciliation Week Event 2018admin2021-05-03T04:07:58+10:00
ECOSS embraced the opportunity to immerse in the Wayapa Wuurrk, and had the chance to ask Aunty Kim Wandin and Michelle many questions.
The third cubby in our Cultural Homes of the World demonstations- funded by The Andrews Foundation, is our Koori Cubby.
Cultural Homes of the Worldadmin2021-05-03T04:10:39+10:00
Healesville High School year 8 Art Students have almost completed an Earthbag ‘Home of the World’- the first of a series of cubbies that will be constructed funded by a small grant from The Andrews Foundation.
Bunjil the Eagleadmin2021-05-03T04:13:03+10:00
Mt Lilydale Mercy College Students building a sculpture of Bunjil the creator as part of our reconciliation event.
Woi Wurrung Signage Projectadmin2021-05-03T04:14:46+10:00
ECOSS were lucky enough to recieve an Australian Government Indigenous Languages and Arts Grant in 2019. This grant enabled a very special Cultural Audit with HICSA (Healesville Indigenous Community Services Association).