City of Logan's popular, family-friendly Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) is back, bigger and better than ever on Sunday, May 23, 2021, at Griffith University’s Logan Campus in Meadowbrook.
This year's free event will feature an exciting new line up of presenters and performers, as well as some old favourites, including ABC Kids' Dirtgirl and Scrapboy.
Along with their great friend Costa the Garden Gnome - the alter ego of LEAF’s best-known presenter, Gardening Australia host Costa Georgiadis - the dynamic duo will entertain kids and adults with their Grubby Bucket Show and all-day mud pie bake-off.
Nutritionist Georgia Barnes - a former Masterchef contestant - will also draw crowds to LEAF’s Home Grown Cooking Stage this year, with advice on making Mondays meat-free and how to turn leftovers into top quality dishes.
Passionate conservationist and Gardening Australia presenter, Jerry Coleby-Williams, will be on hand to show how even the smallest block of land or veggie patch can produce delicious produce all year round and the art of living a sustainable suburban lifestyle.
Plus eco-exhibitors, native plants sale, handmade markets, fun kids' activities and hands-on workshops where festival goers can learn tips on recycling, composting, cheese-making, sustainable fashion and keeping chickens.
LEAF is about empowering people to make the small, everyday changes that help contribute to the big picture.
And it has a universal appeal. We all want to live a little greener and to make choices that safeguard our environments for our kids. You'll leave the festival feeling confident that we can create a more sustainable world and future.
Need to know - Free parking is available at the university campus. However, if you would like to reduce your carbon footprint, you could consider more sustainable transport options such as car pool, public transport, or bike.
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May 23, 2021