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Business precinct working on Conquering Covid

The renewal of the Samford Sustainable Business Precinct has come at a time when its value will be most needed. At its most recent virtual workshop precinct members heard about sorting business finances and how the so-called circular economy could add value to Samford. The group also explored the best ways to collaborate to build economic resilience as a Sustainable Business precinct which attracts custom to Samford businesses.

Photo: Dendra Elliott (left) from Impact Hearing works with Ella Leaney from Green Street to explore how the Green Street website can provide practical help for her business and the Samford Sustainable Business Precinct. (Photo taken just prior to distancing requirements)

Building a profitable climate conscious business Workshop

This workshop helps your business get even better at ‘walking the talk’ on climate consciousness while building financial profitability.

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Sustainable business quiz

What does a sustainable business look and feel like? Test your knowledge and learn how to embed sustainability into your business. Take the Sustainable Business Quiz now.


Sustainable pet care quiz

Try a quiz to test your knowledge and learn some fun facts along the way. We'll be adding more quizzes soon, so come back and check regularly! Take the Sustainable Pet Care Quiz now

More sparks for the War on Waste at Samford Commons

Ellena at Samford Commons organised a big E Waste program in the wonderful Samford Valley in the new year. Many large bins of electrical waste were deposited by Samford residents for repair, re-use, recycling and repurposing.

This is in addition to the partnership with Mandy at Luvaberry Farm where they sell frozen glut fruit which would otherwise have gone to landfill. About 2 tonnes of fruit already sold to locals and other outstations are popping up. Great work Ellena!

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