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SFSF - Schools For a Sustainable Future
Joseph Natoli, SFSF Project Director, surrounded by happy, enthusiastic children
synergy vol 1 issue 1 march 1998

Synergy Issue 1, Mar 1998

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Editorial - Welcome to Synergy!
The News Tree

Education in action

Worm farming at Monash Primary
Educating for Life - teaching our future teachers
The Plenty River Discovery Program
Creating a Sustainable Future at your School


Inspiring change for the whole community - All about Schools For a Sustainable Future, the organization behind Synergy
an introduction
East Gippsland's Forests -  Andrew Picone takes us for a walk on the wild side to explore East Gippsland's precious old-growth forests.
Jump Max! Jump!  - (the unfortunate frog story)

Sustainable businesses

Ethical business is within our grasp
Sustainable Solutions
turns problems into opportunities
Gumleaf Aromatics
The Calico Bag Revolution
It's a Green, Greenworld!

Community and environmental groups

A Real Alternative -  the ATA's alternative technology classroom on wheels
Eco-Recycle Victoria's Waste Minimisation Program for Schools
Taking Sustainability Home
  - the Worming Into the Community Project
Innovative Australian Companies - designing for an eco- friendly world.
Ze Verms, Ze Verms, Look at Ze Little Verms EAT!  - Ceres Project
Community health = Sustainable Futures at CERES Environment Park
What can VAEE do for you?
Future Harvest  a Museum of Victoria traveling exhibition
W.H.E.N.  - and How? and What?
The Environment Protection Authority  an SFSF Supporter

Local government

SFSF in Maroondah  raring to go!



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