2018 09 13 05 4cf29530 9941 0136 1f7f 063bd7b5133d

Make your own Beeswax Wraps with Emma Grace



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Be part of the solution with this practical sustainability workshop. Participants will learn how to make and maintain their own beeswax wraps for keeping food fresh and hygienic without the use of single-use plastics such as cling-wrap. This is a hands-on workshop where participants will make their own washable and reusable ready-to-use beeswax wraps and learn skills that are transferable to the home environment.

Trainer Bio:

Emma Grace is a facilitator and contemporary jeweller passionate about incorporating sustainability into her work. She was featured in The Age Melbourne Magazine’s Top 100 most inspiring and influential people for her initiatives combining craft and sustainability.

Emma has taught workshops for schools, councils, community centres and festivals for over 10 years. She has extensive experience working with diverse groups of people and thrives on creating a positive environment in which participants can flourish.

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What you will learn
  • How to make and maintain their own beeswax wraps
  • Learn skills that are transferable to the home environment
  • Bundling techniques
What you will get
  • Take home your beeswax wraps

What to bring
  • Notepad and pen
  • Apron
What to wear

Comfortable clothing

Appropriate for

Those who want to reduce their plastic use



Vendor since 2013

CERES - Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies, is an award winning, not-for-profit, sustainability centre located on 4.5 hectares on the Merri Creek in East Brunswick, Melbourne.

It is also a thriving community, an urban farm, Australia’s largest deliverer of environmental education, an event and conference venue and a place rich with social and cultural diversity. CERES is recognised as an international leader in community and environmental practice.

Built on a decommissioned rubbish tip that was once a bluestone quarry, today CERES is a vibrant eco-oasis. 350,000 people visit CERES each year. Many more engage with us through our Sustainable Schools program which takes sustainable education into schools across the state.

CERES’ green technology displays, buildings, education and training programs and social enterprises (CERES’ Organic Market, Café, Permaculture Nursery and Fair Food organics delivery) demonstrate food security, sustainable agriculture, energy efficiencies, renewables and water conservation in action.

CERES is a model for a future with sustainability, innovation and connectedness at its heart.

Come, be welcome, you never know what you will find on our rambling paths.

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