Blackburn Lake Sustainable Living Centre

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'''Blackburn Lake Sustainable Living Centre''' is a community group project establish a leading edge, not for profit "Sustainable Living Centre" that will be a regional focal point for sustainable living education in Melbourne's Eastern suburbs. '''Blackburn Lake Sustainable Living Centre''' is a community group project establish a leading edge, not for profit "Sustainable Living Centre" that will be a regional focal point for sustainable living education in Melbourne's Eastern suburbs.

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Existing house that will get a "green makeover"
Existing house that will get a "green makeover"

Blackburn Lake Sustainable Living Centre is a community group project establish a leading edge, not for profit "Sustainable Living Centre" that will be a regional focal point for sustainable living education in Melbourne's Eastern suburbs.

The project is based around the public acquisition of some rare "Valley Heathy Forest" bushland that forms a vital part of the fragile Blackburn Lake/Gardiners's creek eco-system.

Existing buildings on the bushland site will be adapted so that the centre brings business, community and government together to accelerate the take up of environmentally friendly practices.

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