Broulee’s Art on the Path returns this week, with a focus on recovery as well as sustainable living.
Market visitors can learn how to bring sustainability into their everyday lives, browsing stalls full of treasures from environmentally conscious artists and artisans.
This month stallholders and artists will be joined by volunteers from the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens and Eurobodalla Council’s sustainability team. Garden volunteers will explain how the site is progressing after the bushfire went through on New Year’s Eve. This time around, they’ll have homemade cakes and jams for sale, while they wait for plant stock to replenish.
Council’s sustainability team will be there with advice and tips on caring for the native wildlife in your back yard; find them at the EnviroTrailer.
Art on the Path is the perfect place to take stock and think about what you’re buying, what it’s made from, the carbon cost of creation, and the living conditions of the people who made it.
Art on the Path will be held along the shared pathway by Coronation Drive, Broulee, opposite the Broulee Post Office on Sunday 8 March from 8am to midday. Bring your own coffee mug to help reduce waste on the day.
Above: Art on the Path returns to Broulee this Sunday 8 March, with artists and stallholders promoting sustainable living.