Thinking Green

Thinking Green is a free community sustainable living workshop series presented by the City of Swan, split into 2 month programs which align with the Noongar seasons. They are held at the City's libraries and other local venues.

Thinking Green aims to inspire participants to change their lifestyle in order to improve their well-being and be kinder to the environment.

If you have ideas of workshops you would like to see run in the future, please contact the Thinking Green Team at ThinkingGreenTeam@swan.wa.gov.au

To be among the first to hear about additional workshops, sign up to our newsletter and select 'waste and sustainability' as a topic you're interested in. 

Upcoming Waste and Sustainability events

Free Waste & Sustainability

Branching Out in Lockridge

Join the City of Swan to explore how you can retain and plant more trees by participating in the Branching Out workshops throughout May, June and July!
  • Saturday, May 25, 2024
Free Waste & Sustainability

Visible mending and clothes swap

Give your clothes a new lease on life plus get hands-on practice to enhance your repair and transformation skills.
  • Saturday, June 08, 2024
  • Dayton Community Centre
Free Waste & Sustainability

Worm farming

Learn how to use a worm farm to transform household food scraps into useful products for your garden.
  • Wednesday, June 19, 2024
  • Alice Daveron Centre
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Worm Farm Subsidy

The City of Swan is pleased to offer its residents and ratepayers a $125 subsidy on a new worm farm.

This reduces your outlay to $120 and includes a free instructional workshop. There is also an option of a $60 subsidy to buy 1kg of worm, reducing your outlay to $60. This is ideal for those who have an existing worm farm which needs revitalising.

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WA Tree Festival

This year, the City of Swan is taking part in the WA Tree Festival, which brings local councils and community groups together to help share the value of trees.

From Saturday, April 6 until Sunday, May 5, we will host a variety of workshops across the City about worm farming, gardening, growing fruit trees and more.

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