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Farewell from Cassie

By |2021-08-13T07:44:47+11:00August 6th, 2021|Categories: think pieces|Tags: , |

This online world is a weird and wonderful space – where strangers, supporters, colleagues and friends become one big melting pot of familiarity, shared values and experience. Whilst many of you I don’t know personally, just as many are those I have met and formed relationships with through my work at Sustainable Table over the [...]

Plastic Free July : 25 Creative Ways to Quit Plastic

By |2021-06-30T12:22:57+11:00June 30th, 2021|Categories: recipes, towards zero waste|

As we kick off Plastic Free July for another year, Steph and Cassie collate their super-practical tips, stats and tricks to transition away from single-use plastic. Enjoy. A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO QUIT PLASTIC Below you will find tips, tricks and facts that we shared during the Plastic Free July. Click to be directed to the [...]

Why you don’t need to be a “greenie” to embrace biological farming.

By |2021-06-29T17:18:29+11:00May 18th, 2021|Categories: grants, think pieces|Tags: , , , |

When it comes to making positive change for the planet, there's a common misconception that those changes are probably going to cost more. So you'd only do them for love... right? Not according to Michael, a cane grower from Queensland we met on a recent trip up north to launch our grants program. He [...]

A Quick Guide to Good Chocolate PLUS a few fun choccie recipes

By |2021-04-02T12:01:13+11:00April 1st, 2021|Categories: ethical eating, recipes|

image via here. Easter - the season of chocolate egg consumption - is here. Soon, children all over the country will be excitedly stomping on lovingly raised daisy beds to get their hands on the Easter Bunny's sweet givings. Yet while Easter brings chocolaty smiles to the faces of our kids, sadly this [...]

10 cracking good ideas for an ethical Easter [kid friendly]

By |2021-04-01T09:15:57+11:00March 31st, 2021|Categories: ethical eating, towards zero waste|Tags: , , , |

As we pen this piece, Brisbane is in another swift and strict lockdown. Here in Melbourne, we’re still getting used to naked chins. And around the world, Covid continues to do its thing. We’re all weary. We’re all craving connection. We all deserve a little joy. So this Easter, instead of elaborate cook ups [...]

How to spark change amongst your peers

By |2020-06-23T11:13:47+11:00June 17th, 2020|Categories: think pieces|

If there’s one thing this pandemic and subsequent eruption of much-needed dialogue around race and privilege has taught us, is that just because you are mates, or indeed family, doesn’t mean you share the same philosophies, concern for the future or approach to life. It is an area that has come up time-and-time again here [...]

Let it Grow: A guide to
growing at home

By |2020-05-28T14:34:09+11:00May 7th, 2020|Categories: ethical eating|

Our #GrowSustainableFood Series is designed to help you do just that - grow sustainable food at home. No matter where you live or what your space, we want to empower you to get growing, to nurture and to enjoy. Here we give you the tools you need to commence. All you need is a big [...]

This Issues with Seafood | Our Ticking Marine Time Bomb

By |2020-02-11T17:32:59+11:00February 3rd, 2020|Categories: ethical eating|

Hello,  my name is Steph and I’ve been helping out at Sustainable Table for the last few months. As I’ve been wading through the incredible information that sits on Sustainable Table’s website, I’ve often found myself in a bit of a slump; wondering if I’ll ever want to eat again and feeling completely overwhelmed by [...]

In celebration of women – part one : Lauren Mathers

By |2019-03-08T12:29:54+11:00March 8th, 2019|Categories: ethical eating, passionate people|

Lauren, pictured with her husband Lachlan and three children. Picture an Aussie farmer. An image of a man clad in flannel likely popped into your head. That's understandable; in 2011 72% of farmers in Australia were in fact men. It's interesting to note, however, that alongside this staggeringly lopsided statistic is this little [...]

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