Treading Lightly is very humbled and incredibly grateful for our connections with our local Indigenous Elders. They have so much wisdom to share, and we have so much to learn from them in terms of resilience and sustainability. More info to follow very soon; we’re so excited!
We are excited to have our own space to host workshops and event to bring community together. Visit the WORKSHOPS PAGE to see what we have coming up for you to enjoy either at the Treading Lightly Community Hub or off-site.
Our communities are quite fragile at the moment as everyone is coming to grips with the immense losses of the recent bushfires. Treading Lightly is currently in discussion with our coastal communities (Sussex Inlet to Lake Tabourie) to develop a community wellbeing programme to be rolled out over the next couple of months that will benefit everyone that needs that extra hug or opportunity to talk, or simply a bit of family fun. We have already supported the Lake Conjola community event a week ago, and are sponsors of the Triple 000 ball for frontline service men and women, and there are heaps more events and activities in the pipeline that we will proudly support.
Treading Lightly Youth
Although we’d like to think of ourselves as young, the reality is that we’re not that young anymore (or at least we don’t feel it at the moment!). With our next generations inheriting some pretty massive global problems, we are super proud to have @jademudge as our Treading Lightly Youth coordinator. Jade is the liaison with our kids and teens and local teachers. TL Youth regularly organises climate Q&A talks, clean up and education events. Jade is also a public speaker on all things environmental.