Logan Eco-Action Festival (LEAF) is expanding in 2018 to be the biggest yet as organisers strive to meet growing interest in this FREE annual event.
A record crowd attended last year’s sustainability festival at Griffith University’s Logan Campus with standing room only at hands-on workshops for creating kokedama, cheese-making, bee-keeping and more.
This year Australia’s favourite gardener Costa Georgiadis, host of ABC TV’s Gardening Australia show, will be returning to plant fresh ideas on the event’s theme of Rethink the Future.
Other 2018 LEAF festival guests include host of SBS TV’s River Cottage Australia Paul West, wildlife photographer Steve Parish, gardening guru Claire Bickle and horticulturalist Paul Plant.
Stall holders and presenters will provide advice, practical demonstrations and workshops on innovative ways to live leaner and greener and kids will be treated to an ‘active and wild zone’ complete with rock climbing, jumping castles and expressive bike classes.
Nice to know - LEAF began in 2010 to inspire Logan residents and those living in surrounding areas to be conscious of their impact on the environment and to encourage an interactive relationship with the outdoors.
Need to know - LEAF will take place Sunday 27 May 2018 from 10am-3pm at Griffith University Logan Campus, 68 University Drive, Meadowbrook.
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