Wednesday 16 November –
An evening of lifestyle inspiration that’s a bit lighter on the planet.
Nic Turner from Mainstream Green is here to help us be sustainable during the festive season.
Join us for delicious grazing platters while Nic talks us through:
- her journey from ultimate consumer to converted minimalist.
- why being more mindful of our consumption and our impact is better for our own wellbeing and the wellbeing of the planet.
- tips and ideas for gift-giving, gift wrapping, fashion, and more.
All attendees will receive a copy of Nic’s ‘Living Lightly’ books (RRP $45.00).
Grab the men and women in your life who need a night of inspiration and fun!
About Nic Turner
After spending the first 16 years of her career working in the global consumer goods industry, Nic’s life changed trajectory when she set out on a personal quest to live more simply and sustainably.
Her family of four now puts out just one wheelie bin of rubbish a year, lives with 10,000 less items in their home and have significantly reduced their chemical load. Life is simpler, they save money, and they continue to significantly reduce their impact on the planet.
The best news is it hasn’t meant compromising their lifestyle.
Bringing together her understanding of human behaviour and her personal sustainability journey, Nic founded Mainstream Green as a social enterprise to inspire behavioural change.
6.15pm Doors Open
6.45pm Platters Served
7.10pm Nic Turner
Important Covid-19 information:
Please note that all Dairy Women’s Network events will follow the Government Covid-19 requirements at the time of the event. This enables DWN to continue events under all settings within the COVID Protection Framework. Good health and hygiene standards must be maintained throughout the event and the use of a face mask is encouraged for all attendees. Please do not attend this event if you are unwell or suspect you may have been exposed to COVID-19.