Are you a local group or organisation that cares for our environment, promotes sustainable living and biodiversity or is enthusiastic about helping and educating the community about growing their own produce in their own backyard?

If you answered yes, we have the perfect event for you! To share your passion with the community, we would like to invite you to be a free stallholder!

During Urban Agriculture Month, Livingstone Shire Council will hold an Urban Agriculture and Sustainability Expo on Sunday, 12th November 2023. The Expo will be held at the Tanby Garden Centre (178 Kinka Beach Rd Tanby) from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm.

We want to deliver a high-quality free event to the community that delivers a powerful message to all attendees about protecting, enhancing and sustaining the environment where we live. In return for your free piece of real estate during the event, we would like your stall to include a family-friendly interactive, educational or informative activity to ensure attendees have real ‘takeaways’ from the event and can practice what they have learnt from your organisation with the ultimate outcome being that the whole community becomes more sustainable and resilient.

We kindly ask that you provide your own 3m x 3m marquee, table/s and chair/s and only provide environmentally friendly and/or sustainable messaging or promotional products, (if applicable).

We are also looking for speakers or workshop facilitators, so would love to hear from you, if you have a representative/s who would like to value add to the Event.

If the Urban Agriculture and Sustainability Expo sounds exciting to you and your organisation can’t wait to be a part of it, please complete this Expression of Interest asap or before the 6th October and we will be in touch to chat further about your involvement.

Please note that there are limited stall holder sites available, so completion of this EOI quickly will hopefully ensure you a site.

Thanks for making the time to read about our event! We look forward to working with your organisation.