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About Sustainable Upper Ovens

Sustainable Lifestyles in the Upper Ovens Valley

Sustainable Upper Ovens is an organisation aimed at helping householders, small businesses and visitor service providers to adopt improved energy efficiency measures, switch to renewable energy and maximise opportunities to reduce, reuse and recycle our resources. The Upper Ovens Valley covers a considerable part of the upper catchment of the Ovens River, from Ovens through Porepunkah and Bright to Germantown, Freeburgh, Smoko and Harrietville, incorporating the Buckland Valley and Wandiligong Valley.
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Latest Posts

AGM Sunday 19th September at 4pm via Zoom

We hope you will attend the AGM this Sunday at 4pm. Due to restrictions on the size of in-person gatherings we are again holding the ...

Top 7 suggestions for reducing emissions

Lily O’Neill from Sustainable Upper Ovens asked researchers from the Australian National University’s Institute for Climate, Energy and Disaster Solutions what they personally do to ...

Flash Mob V2 – Dancing for Climate Action

Watch the video of the flash mob dancing at the Bright Market on the 15th May. We are very proud of our local community, dancing ...

Off-Grid Living Festival 10-11 April, Eldorado

Get your tickets now for the Off-Grid Living Festival in Eldorado on the 10-11th April. Great list of exhibitors covering: Off-Grid Energy & TransportHome & ...

Video Letter to MPs from children of the High Country

Watch this great video letter sent on the 8th March by children of the High Country to MPs asking them to support Zali Steggall’s Climate ...

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