Illawarra op shops, charity bins not the only solution to getting rid of clothes

Illawarra Mercury – 22 May 2021

Workshops for Urban Growers

The Bugle – 6 March 2021

Green Connect ready to show off its redeveloped farm

Illawarra Mercury – 4 March 2021


Call for scale-up of Illawarra youth jobs program with proven outcomes

Illawarra Mercury – August 2020

Environmental benefits provide ‘silver lining’ – and social connection – during COVID-19 crisis

Illawarra Mercury – March 2020

21 Illawarra school holiday events you’ll want to know about

Illawarra Mercury – December 2019

Dance, music, poetry, circus for Viva la Gong 2019

Mirage – November 2019

Bruce Precious takes out lifetime honour award at Green Globes 2019

The Fifth Estate – November 2019

Perfect pitch to a make more sustainable future with full employment

Illawarra Mercury – October 2019

20 things to do in the Illawarra these school holidays

Illawarra Mercury – September 2019

Full list of IMB Bank Illawarra Business Award finalists named by business chamber

Illawarra Mercury – September 2019

Fair Food Farm

Gardening Australia – July 2019

Although Fair Food Farm looks like it could be set on a South-East Asian hillside, Clarence assures us that this abundant project is actually in the Illawarra, and is doing great things for migrants in the local community.

These inspiring groups prove that we can fight (and win) against Australia’s plastic crisis

SBS – July 2019

Illawarra & South Coast Local Business Awards finalists named

Illawarra Mercury – July 2019

The Illawarra organisation providing green opportunities for former refugees and youth

Planet Ark – July 2019

Green Connect op shop classes

ABC Illawarra – July 2019

Stop leaving your shit behind! Music festivals unite to target campsite “littering” by gromets

The Music Network – June 2019

Green Connect is connecting disengaged Illawarra youth to farming jobs

Illawarra Mercury – January 2019

ABC Illawarra – August 2017

Have you seen the market gardeners in Wollongong? Karenni refugees are using urban wasteland to grow food.

Bioculturally diverse farmers

Sydney Environment Institute – July 2017

What would happen if landless farmers were given more opportunities to develop ecologically sound social enterprises and feed neighbourhoods?

Youth Food Movement Australia – March 2017

Managing the farm clearly isn’t just a job to Callum Champagne, either. We asked Callum a bit about how he turned a neglected space into a flourishing new home for a community growing good, fair food.

Green Connect – A different Warrawong

UOW blogs – December 2016

AUSCCER PhD Candidate Ananth Gopal reflects on his time volunteering with social enterprise Green Connect and the possibilities for productive relations to grow.

Refugees involved in Green Connect make a difference at TIGS

Illawarra Mercury – June 2016

“TIGS Great Fete organisers said they do such a great job many people visiting the event have remarked on the friendly service offered by the Green Connect team looking after waste management and sustainability.”