THE RISE AND RISE OF THE ECO-VILLAGE by Sacha HMcL, Eumundi

The Green issue 318

The rise of the hippie commune in the 70’s swept across the world as a reaction to a structured, regimented, consumer lifestyle. But many of those communities wore out under the weight of poorly designed infrastructures or volatile personalities.

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THE RISE AND RISE OF THE ECO-VILLAGE by Sacha HMcL, Eumundi

The rise of the hippie commune in the 70’s swept across the world as a reaction to a structured, regimented, consumer lifestyle. But many of those communities wore out under the weight of poorly designed infrastructures or volatile personalities.

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TINBEERWAH EXHIBITION TURNS 25

Twenty-five years ago when Gwen Blair couldn’t find an art group to join in Noosa she started her own. Group coordinator Jan Cooke said The Tinbeerwah Art Group has grown from a few friends meeting on a Thursday morning, to a membership of over 50 local artists who paint in two groups on Thursday and Friday mornings.

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PENGARI PRESS FIRST BOOK LAUNCH

After months of writing and editing, the students at Noosa Pengari Steiner School in Doonan (NPSS) launched their first publication from their newly formed publishing house, Pengari Press. Lost and Found: A Collection of Short Stories is a compilation written entirely by teenagers for teenagers.

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NEW LIFE FOR GRAND OLD HALL by Wendy Birrell, Discover Eumundi manager

Many will have noticed some recent changes to the Eumundi School of Arts hall – both inside and out. Built in 1912, the hall has endured through two world wars and damaged a number of times due to termite infestations which finally saw it reduced to one storey from a very impressive two storeys in the 1960’s.

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Potato and bacon bake (Kugelis) by Janet Millington, CWA Eumundi

After WWII women saw the losses to communities on both sides and felt that if we understood each other better we could avoid further conflicts and heal more quickly. This year QCWA is studying Lithuania – history, culture and food – along with the children at Eumundi State School.

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NATIVE FOREST DREAMING

After buying and building in Eumundi, the Deverill’s embarked on a journey to regenerate their property that was overrun by weeds. Many hinterland properties have been stripped of their original habitat and landowners are keen to see their piece of the hinterland returned to a biodiverse part of the region to encourage native plants, insects and animals to return and flourish.

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