Clunes Mens Shed

A Men's Shed for Clunes

In August the Clunes Men's Shed was inspected and approved for use by the Hepburn Council building inspector. Recent concreting made the floor level and safe so the Shed is now functional. There have been a number of people working behind the scenes for some time to get the shed to this stage, so many thanks for their efforts.

We are now trying to gather some tools and equipment for the Shed so that people using the Shed are able to make new items or repair the old for themselves, or for the benefit of Clunes and district community.

Currently we are gathering on a Wednesday at 2pm, but this day and time could easily be changed if there is one that would be suitable for more people. So please come along, bring a mate and see if there is something that interests you.

For further information, contact Lee Richardson 54632132 or email: lee.chris.richardson@gmail.com or via the Clunes Neighbourhood House.

 

Men's Shed cover

This brochure can be found at the
Department of Planning and Community Development website.

 


 

The Dhome Project

Curb Climate Change with The Dhome Garden Project

If you want to make a difference, don't just say ‘no' to a plastic bag at the checkout while buying a thick plastic jar of sundried tomatoes from Mexico.

It is not just plastic causing global warming. One third of all green house gas emissions are due to us not growing food at home. Shipping diesel is used to import a third of the fruit and a fifth of all vegetables consumed in Australia. The fossil fuels used to plough, fertilize, harvest and transport commercially produced food is destroying the globes natural resources.

"..the human race is in a vehicle heading for brick wall at
a hundred mile an hour. This wall is ecological disaster and
all anyone is doing is arguing about who should put the
brakes on." David Suzuki

With the home grown food we can at least take the foot of the accelerator! To get involved in this not-for-profit initiative and learn any of the following;

  • Source grants for community projects.
  • Grow food that doesn't cost the earth.
  • Build unique dome structures.
  • Promote and live a healthy lifestyle.

 Dhome Model


 

 

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