Do you want to make a difference to the environment, save money and get fit at the same time? Getting involved in sustainability can help you achieve all of these things. Find out about gardening, alternative travel, energy savings, reducing water consumption, recycling and more.
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Find out about the City of Stirling sustainability programs and initiatives you can get involved in including
TravelSmart, gardening workshops, and recycling. You can also access the sustainable living guide here.
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Council sustainability initiatives
The City of Stirling Council is committed to managing our environment and ensuring a healthy future for our community, and has developed many responses to the issues associated with managing for a sustainable future. Find out more about what your City is doing.
Community food gardens
The City of Stirling supports the Community Food Gardens. They are great demonstration for sustainable living where
people can come and grow delicious healthy fresh fruit and vegetables together in a supportive and creative environment.
Find out about community gardens you can participate in and how to apply for a community food gardens grant.
Gardening at home
If you love gardening and/or growing your own food then you have come to the right place. Here you can find lots of useful information on growing gardens in the City of Stirling area. Information on worm farms is also available here.
A Sustainable Home
Making your home more sustainable will save you money on your power and water bills, and will create a healthier home environment for you and your family. Find out how the City of Stirling can help you create a sustainable home.
Meet Les Waste
Have you met our sustainability mascot, Les Waste? He loves making public appearances around the
City of Stirling to promote sustainability. Find out more about Les Waste, including photographs of his