World's first erasable printer

World's first erasable toner printer

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

A printer that has the potential to cut office paper use by 80 per cent was recently launched in Australia by Toshiba. It’s called the e-STUDIO306LP and it allows you to reuse sheets of printed paper up to five times.


The Treehenge

Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Soon, Australia will have its own unique, growing monument.


Grow your own fruit, leaves and nuts

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Look to a fertile future with these bloomers in our guide to the best tree for your place – from balcony to backyard.


5 ways to: Keep your trees healthy

Monday, 8 October 2012

Trees offer a range of benefits from keeping our air clean to harbouring wildlife and increasing property value. To help choose a suitable tree for your garden, see the current issue of Green Lifestyle magazine.

National Tree Day - Coordinators

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

The 2011 National Tree Day saw more than one million native trees, shrubs and grasses at over 2,900 Tree Day events across the country. This year, National Tree Day is on Sunday 29 July 2012, while Schools Tree Day is on Friday 27 July. Schools, councils, environment or community groups, and business can get involved in running Australia's biggest community tree planting and nature care event.

Location: Australia-wide.
Salary: Voluntary positions.
Applications close: No closing date, but early bird registration closes 25 May to go in the draw to win great prizes!
Click here for more info.

National Tree Day

National Tree Day

31 July

It's not just about planting trees - you might like to do some follow-up maintenance on trees you've previously helped to plant, or get involved in bush regeneration, weed removal and seed collecting. Last year, over one million native trees and shrubs were planted, but that doesn't mean more than that can't be planted this year, so get involved!

Where: Across Australia.
When: Sunday 31 July, 2011
Cost: Free!
Click here for more information.

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