Workshop what goods and skills you may have to trade with others and what you can access that may be available locally and in Australia, including through online platforms.
Light refreshments provided.
This event aims to build resilience, abundance and supportive networks within our communities and to have a good quality of life without relying on money.
Marina Bistrin has a background in medical laboratory work and education. She has been part of Diamond Valley Northern Suburbs LETS for about 10 years, with most of that time as part of their committee. LETS (aka Community Currency), is part of the sustainability networks and actions that can help us live a fulfilling life within our communities. She is a keen promoter of Sustainability, growing your own food and reducing waste.