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Sunday 13 May 2012 The Historical Agricultural and Environmental Festival



Members of Earth Solutions - Avon Valley wish to acknowledge and thank Dunnings for their generous support which is gratefully appreciated.

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Earth Solutions people are of all ages and from all walks of life.They are endevouring to live their lives caring for their own particular environment.They are demonstrating how you can live in harmony with your surroundings.
They wish to show what schoolchildren are studying to help their environment.
They wish to spread the message of what we are doing in the Avon Valley and world wide to care for our planet.If you would like to belong to this dedicated group we have room for you, just click below to take you to the membership page.



Story of the EXPO BANNER

Chloe Banner

Chloe Dunning with the banner she created.
This Earth Solutions Expo 2009 banner is based on a drawing by Chloe Dunning, a pupil at St Joseph’s School Northam.
The original design was the winning entry in the 2007 Earth Solutions poster competition for schools. A computer file was compiled by then committee member Madeleine Croft, and the design enhanced for advertising purposes at the inaugural expo. Because the design so captured the essence of the expo, it was re-worked again by local artist Pat Rose-Smith for the banner design.
From this file Gerry Post worked with several Earth Solutions Expo Members to prepare the banners for the Earth Solutions Expo 2009

The original drawing is now part of the Earth Solutions Avon Valley Logo

Giz Watson.

Official opening of HAEF  by

Our Patron Hon Giz Watson

Member of the Greens Party

Giz has been a member of The Greens (WA) since 1991. Her parliamentary career began when she won a Legislative Council seat for the North Metropolitan Region, the seat which encompasses 14 electorates and approximately 340,000 electors.

Her portfolio areas take in social justice; multiculturalism; coastal issues; urban bushland; health, science and technology; women's and gay issues; aged, housing and disabilities.

Giz holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from Murdoch University and in 1992 became one of three women registered builders in Western Australia.

Her interest in the green movement in WA has led to her current active involvement in the Australian Marine Conservation Society; the Coastal Waters Alliance of WA; Friends of Bold Park; Friends of Moore River; Quinns Rocks Environment Group; the Environmental Defenders Office; and the Australian Conservation Foundation.