Ambassador - Tammy Logan
Tammy Logan is the author of Gippsland Unwrapped, a blog about maximising resources and minimising waste. Based in Gippsland, Tammy combines 20 years of qualifications and work experience in conservation biology, natural resource management, science communication and community engagement with her dairy farming roots to deliver practical sustainable living solutions. Tammy works in collaboration with community groups, businesses, educational institutions, and government agencies throughout Gippsland (and beyond) to deliver waste education and advice. Tammy wants to prove that living sustainably results in a more meaningful life and that individuals can be a strong force for positive change.
Next event: Spring 2019
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The aim of Gippsland Unwrapped is to inspire and empower people to minimise waste, make the most of what they have and appreciate more in their everyday lives so that we can make the cultural shift necessary to achieve a circular economy and reduce the impacts of the climate emergency – and to do it in a way that creates a better life for all. It is an evidenced-based practical guide about the difference any of us can make just by doing something. Start where you are, do what you can, the rest will follow.
other events by tammy
Want even more secondhand goodness? Great, because Tammy is also the brains behind the Poowong Pickers Festival, as a part of the Garage Sale Trail. It's about environmental responsibility, community, lots of fun, and the thrill of the hunt! The event is in its sixth year and is held in the town of Poowong in the rolling hills of South Gippsland, as part of the National Garage Sale Trail event in October each year.
In previous years, 30 - 50 sellers all around Poowong have opened their garage doors to sell items they no longer need. Visit the town for some fun, fresh air and exercise as you make your way from home to home looking for those bargains!
Visit Gippsland Unwrapped for all the details.