It is time to recognise the wonderful people that you know in your community or workplace who generously give their time for the benefit of the environment. Simply tell us about this wonderful person and what they have done in 300 words. Post or email your nomination to us by May 6th. The successful nominees will be acknowledged at a public event on June 4th.
The monthly Hills Harvest Exchange continues to grow with new members. Recently members have enjoyed the last of the summer days under the vine and shared bumper crops of chestnuts, artichokes, apples and the juiciest figs untouched by birds! Come along on the first Saturday of the month from 10am till noon and share the fun, food and friendship.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to volunteer with the AHNRC. View our video and find out!
Check if you can reduce your home energy bills.
AHNRC now has a Home Energy Audit Kit available for loan, so you can test your electrical appliances and energy use.
A home energy audit using the simple kit and audit checklist will help you to understand where you use energy in your home and where you may be able to make saving.
Do you have an old mobile phone you no longer need and aren’t sure what to do with it?
We’ll take it! AHNRC is now a drop off point for MobileMuster.
Mobile phones are not biodegradable and contain substances that can be potentially harmful to the environment if they are not disposed of correctly when the phone is no longer needed.
To help reduce the number of mobile phone and accessories tossed into rubbish bins each year, drop your unwanted mobile and accessories off at the centre and we’ll recycle them for you.