CONTACT Deb - Greensong
+61 (0)431 838 382
Sth East Suburbs of Melbourne,
29 056 213 728
Fee structure and payments
Our lives and experiences are enriched by the diversity of participants. Everyone is welcome regardless of their financial situation, therefore we offer a tiered pricing structure or skill share and assistant roles. Please see the specific event or contact for more info about donations, collaborations or the skill share and assistant options.
Workshop fees and donations fund Greensong projects and the following organisations:
We often work with Nature and natural materials and our natural world can be unpredictable.
You also may get messy and dirty! (Half the FUN!)
In booking an outdoor event or workshop, you acknowledge to:
take responsibility for your own and your family's safety and actions during the session.
wear appropriate footwear and clothing as events will go ahead in all weather, except in hazardous situations.
be mindful of natural environments with uneven ground, and other natural hazards.
take a water bottle and snacks if desired
Stay on any paths in natural areas unless by mutual agreement
disclose any medical conditions which could increase the risk
CONNECT with Deb - Greensong
Join in a Greensong current event or session online or in-person.
Join a S.O.S Eco-Resilience session transitioning climate anxiety and grief
Join Greensong Kinship Facebook Group (After you have participated in any activity using NSTP) and share your images and reflections
Enquire about tailored workshops, contact via email or form.
Join a monthly MPEG (MP letter-writing about climate justice issues) The group currently online once a month 1.5hours. Free. All support, guidance and resources are provided.
At Eco-Art Therapy (Online courses)
Caulfield South Community Garden. Become a Garden Member. Complete membership form here.
In the spirit of reconciliation, I respectfully acknowledge the Frist Nations people of the land and waters on which we live, work and play. I pay my respects to Elders past and present. I am grateful for the 60,000 year + indigenous sustainable practices and lifeways caring for this country.
I recognise that sovereignty was never ceded and I reflect on the fact that I have benefited from the privileges inherited from people being dispossessed of land, culture, language, and life. With privilege comes a greater responsibility.
I am deeply sorry for the trauma of colonisation and its continued effects. I honour with gratitude the other-than-human beings and seek respectful and reciprocal relationships from all beings. I welcome all opportunities to progress towards a life-sustaining, regenerative culture and actions for the continuation of life in its various forms on our planet.