About the Baw Baw Sustainability Network
The Baw Baw Sustainability Network (BBSN) held the first Creative Harvest in 2017. Five years on, they’re still the driving force behind this event, mobilising the community and commissioning local artist Helen Timbury to create a new logo.
Creative Harvest embodies BBSN’s ‘can do’ spirit.
Making a sustainable difference
Established in 2007 as an independent not-for-profit group determined to, ‘bridge the gap between talk and action on sustainable living.’
BBSN provides inspiration and practical ‘hands-on’ help to Gippslanders keen to grow more food and use less energy. The network:
Project manages energy-efficient refits using trusted local contractors
Runs monthly events* and workshops on a plethora of eco-inspired topics
Hosts a weekly social gardening group
Currently, 100 BBSN members champion sustainable living in a hundred different ways.
As their website states, BBSN ‘provides a space for like-minded people to socialise, garden, discuss, plan and do.’
If BBSN sounds like your kind of energetic, community-minded, difference-making organisation, here’s how you join.