|In conjunction with the Sustainability Victoria’s Sustainability Fund, Urban Reforestation is going to help the community of Docklands reduce their waste and we need you all on board. The project started in August 2010 and since then, we’ve developed a beautiful community garden, educational programs on gardening and designed events such as farmers markets Read more…|
|SUSTAINABLE DESIGN RESEARCH||At Urban Reforestation we are learning through doing. We have conducted a lot of research into sustainable design. Many people have conducted research on the Urban Reforestation project. This page and resource is aimed to share ideas, learn from one another and even provide a website space for you to share your research. Urban Reforestation has developed Sustainable Everyday Living in Docklands, which was supported by the Victorian Governments Sustainability Fund. You can access the report here:Sustainable Everyday Design Report, Docklands, Melbourne|
|The Garden is a symbol of the Docklands community and sustainable lifestyles in the city. It is a flourishing example of what is possible in Docklands and is a great opportunity to help the Docklands streets and walkways come alive. Read more…|
Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture (AILA Victoria)
with Urban Reforestation.
|One Home, One Tree, is a project aimed to inspire, engage and enable young people to take individual action toward living sustainably. By planting a tree, somewhere in their urban environment, every young person engaged in the project can connect to their environment and in turn connect with the issues related to sustainability in cities. Read more…|
|Urban Reforestation designed an eco-market during business hours in the Docklands. We partnered with Lend Lease and William Angliss Institute to deliver the eco-market. There were over 1000 people over an hour of lunch and many people engaged with eco-products, eco-ideas, fresh local food and one another.Read more…|