Frank Giorlando of the Yarra Link Project will be speaking at The Victorian Planning and Environmental Law Association (VPELA) Young Professionals Development Series Master Class dinner on Tuesday 25th of October.
Doors open at 6pm at Siteworks, 33 Swanston Street in Brunswick.
Tickets are $35 for members and $45 for non-members. Dinner is included. See the brochure for details and RSVP information.
Trio of Dips
Trio of house made dips with toasted bread. (v)
Baked & grilled eggplant layered with basil, tomato and mozzarella, served with a rocket and parmesan salad (v) (gf)
House ground waygu beef pattie, smoked bacon, tomato, cheese,
caramalised onion, greens, beetroot, egg, relish, aioli and side chips
Herb crumbed chicken schnitzel with chips, salad and gravy
Veggie pattie with cheese, greens, tomato, relish, aioli and side chips (v)
Something to wet your whistle…?
Enjoy a glass of Red, White or pot of Beer or Soft Drink ☺
Thanks a bunch for your amazing support!
P.s. Don’t forget to take home your new packet of seeds!
RSVP for Dinner
2015 has been a grand year for the Yarra Link Project and all of us here are so excited to see where 2016 will take us. We’d really like to thank all of our very special supporters who have shown so much care and dedication to our cause and have given valuable time and effort to move the YLP forward. In just one year the Yarra Link Project has not only achieved incorporation and charity status but we have had numerous opportunities to share our space with the community, and to take part in a number of community based education events. We have operated as a host for students to see their project come alive, held meet and greet picnics for our supports and joined an action committee dedicated to protecting the Yarra River (more on that coming soon!). Our next steps for the future include many big things which will allow our dream of becoming a hub of education for the community of Melbourne but we must always remember that it’s built upon the dedication of our volunteers, staff, and supports who have stuck with us through these challenging stages of growth. Thank-you everyone and please remember if you haven’t already signed up as a member of the Yarra Link Project do it now and become part of something big!
Sincerely, all of us at the YLP
We are very pleased to be able to share this wonderful project designed and produced by the Yarra Link Project’s first official collaborative student, Rowan Turnham. Keep your eyes peeled for this amazing waste catchment system soon to be installed along the Yarra River!
To read more about Rowan’s project visit his website Amass Design
For individuals or groups interested in collaborating with the Yarra Link Project please feel free to contact us.
Project Galada is an adaptable litter capture barrier designed to trap and contain floating litter. The increasing pollution in Melbourne’s water environments is drastically affecting the health and quality of its water. Inspired by bike chains the modular pods link together and incorporate cylindrical planter pots that provide a buoyant eco-system for endemic aquatic plants to provide bio-filtration for the Yarra River. Capturing and collecting litter accumulating on water surfaces will help preserve and improve the health, biodiversity and quality of Melbourne’s waterways for the future.