2016 Sustainability Fair

2016 exhibitors at the Sustainability Fair……………………….

Technology and Building

Food and Drinks

  • Locapops for the most delicious ice-blocks.
  • The Little Uraidla Bakehouse (previously Christine’s Cakes) for great coffee, beverages and cakes
  • Juice Excuse for delicious, fresh juice and smoothies with a twist.
  • Temple Bruer Wines – the only carbon neutral, organic winery in Australia
  • Sustainabili-T tea bar – delightful, refreshing tea.
  • Wood Fired Pizza (subject to fire bans)
  • Dragonfly’s Kitchen and Cafe – scrumptious light meals and take away meals too.
  • Adelaide Hills Cider Bar and local brews.
  • Kokochi –  Okonomiyaki (Japanese savoury pancakes) and Kakigori (Japanese shaved ice sweets) using local, free range ingredients.

Lifestyle

  • Miessence skin care products and samples from Australia’s first carbon negative skin care company.
  • Australian wheat bag store – contemporary Australian wheat bags made here in Adelaide.
  • Earthings – gorgeous ear rings and jewellery made from scrap materials
  • SpiceGirlz – herbs and condiments based on local, seasonal produce.
  • Florentine Gold – all natural arthritis, pain relief, insect repellent and deodorants
  • Foodie Boards
  • Second Nature Studio – Indoor potted plants and terrariums, hand crafted planters and hanging planters produced with PEFC certified timbers.
  • White Soaps all natural, plant based soaps.
  • Penna Designs, – succulents and hand henna.
  • Community Produce stall – cakes, jams, hand crafted things.

Household

Not For Profit Organisations

  • Natural Resources Management (NRM)
  • Sixth Creek Catchment Group
  • Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre Norton Summit
  • Natural Resources AMLR
  • Australian Plant Society
  • Basket Range Land Care
  • Native Orchid Society of SA
  • Transition Adelaide Hills/ Old School Community Garden
  • Trees for Life
  • Nature Crafts
  • Rare Fruit Society
  • Imagine Uraidla
  • AYCC

For Fun

  • Recycled Fashion Parade
  • Reconstruction Junction
  • Nature Craft with Kate Hubmayer
  • Living with Wildlife (Snakes alive!!)
  • Waterplay zone ($5 entry, play as long as you wish)
  • Creative Free Play/ Nature Play Area
  • Scarecrow competition
  • Upcycling competition
  • Hills Harvest Exchange – Produce Swap

Program

10 – run out        Hills Harvest Exchange Produce SWAP

11 – 12pm            Harry Harrison from the Rare Fruit Society talking about Summer Pruning.

12.30 – 1.30pm  Sophie Thomson talking about Organic Gardening.

1.45 – 2pm          Australian Youth Climate Coalition

2.30 – 3.15pm    Recycled Fashion Parade

3.30pm               Live music and wind down

Demonstrations

A fantastic range of demonstrations throughout the day at The Fair including:

  • Dr Bernie Omadei from Measured Irrigation;
  • Wicking Beds – Come and see a demo, and make your mini wicking bed own to take home;
  • LED lighting options for the best lighting options;
  • Chemical free cleaning;
  • Nature Craft;
  • Knife sharpening; and
  • Solar powered 12 volt demonstration.