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Sustainable living the focus of QLD library talk

May 01, 2012

Residential property owners in Queensland who are interested in adopting a more sustainable lifestyle won't want to miss a presentation by local author Rhonda Hetzel later this month.

Hetzel - whose successful book Down To Earth focuses on how to live more simply and sustainably - will be speaking at Maroochydore Library in just a few weeks and the event is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the practical details involved in this type of lifestyle change.

Sustainable changes can include setting up a backyard garden where you can grow your own fruit and vegetables - an addition which could also add value to your property.

If you decide to sell your home later down the line, an established garden space could boost the appeal of your residential property - and can also do wonders for your own quality of life.

Growing your own organic produce can be a great way to support a healthy diet - and time spent in the great outdoors can also be an excellent opportunity to get some light exercise.

Sunshine Coast residents need to contact Maroochydore Library to book into the free sustainable living session with Rhonda Hetzel, which will be held between 10:00 and 11:30 on Friday May 25.



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