The grandeur of Albert Hall is set to receive an environmentally friendly makeover on Saturday as eco-living stallholders and presenters takeover the site.
From composting classes to advice on energy efficiency, there is set to be a range of activities and informative sessions to help anybody make a change in their life.
"With over 30 exhibitors and four presentation/workshop spaces, there is something for everyone," Tamar NRM program coordinator Gill Basnett said.
"We have really tried to pull together a wide selection of stalls and presenters to make the most of the day."
Those looking for advice on solar energy and battery power will find a number of energy operators on site.
Exhibitors Sustainable Living Tasmania, Renew, and the University of Tasmania will have stalls able to help design a house, retrofit a current one, or reduce bills as a renter.
Snug House and YakksBatts will cover issues of insulation and stopping draughts.
Waste reduction and recycling best-practice techniques will also be on show from City of Launceston Council, the Northern Tasmania Waste Management Group and Plastic Free Launceston.
Transport-wise, Tamar Bicycle Users Group are set to provide information about getting cycling in the region.
An electric vehicle presentation will take place at 9.30am.
Many other presentations are also planned across the day.
Costa Georgiadis of Gardening Australia fame will hold a composting session with kids in the City Park GrowDome from 10:30am.
This will be followed by others on bikes and baggage, practical soil testing, compost, and worms.
Home and business owners interested in the benefits of energy efficiency can have their solar power FAQs answered by Martin Dingemanse of Mode Electrical at 10am and 2:30pm
An “Oils ain't oils” talk will unpack the process of converting your car to veggie oil at both 10:30am and 2:30pm.
UTAS’ Dr Mark Dewsbury will pair that consideration of energy use with the question of how make healthy interior environments from 12pm.
For those with burning questions heading into the later half of the day, a speed dating-style ask an expert session will run from 1:30pm.
A free bus service will run between the event and Beaconsfield, Exeter, Legana, and Riverside.
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