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Crops for Community to Market


Crops for Community to Market Overview ‘Crops for Community’ is educating and empowering volunteers of all abilities to create food crops to be available at our weekly produce market. This initiative marries the ECOSS Community Garden and all abilities program with the weekly Market, enabling opportunities for connection, and greater food security in

Koori Cubby


Koori Cubby The third cubby in our Cultural Homes of the World demonstations- funded by The Andrews Foundation, is our Koori Cubby. Eastern Health Indigenous Students have worked on the beginning of this project from design phase.  Koori Architects from Melbourne kindly came and helped design the cubby to represent local indigenous linework,

Woi Wurrung Signage Project


Woi Wurrung Signage Project We were lucky enough to recieve an Australian Government Indigenous Languages and Arts Grant in 2019. This grant enabled us to undertake a very special Cultural Audit with HICSA (Healesville Indigenous Community Services Association). We have gained a deeper understanding of how to honour and respect our Indigenous Families,

Earth building Demonstration Walls.


Earth Building Demonstration Walls. We are working with Cire Community School year 9 students to progress on our Earth building Demonstration Walls. Currently they are building a poured earth wall.  We already have Hemp Crete and Straw Bale demonstration walls available to see. They will also be building bottle walls, earthbag walls and



Earthship As part of our Cultural Homes of the World representations we are building a small demonstration Earthship. This will serve the purpose of a Sound Engineer space for mixing the stage at festivals and events.  So far Healesville High School Students and Mt Scopus College Students have worked on creating this beautiful

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