Monica’s in the Geelong Indy

Monica Winston – Bellarine Ward candidate, Photo credit Louisa Jones, Geelong Independent.

Transition Streets coordinator and Bellarine Ward candidate Monica Winston is in the 4 September edition of the Geelong Independent newspaper, discussing her work educating people on sustainable practices, building edible gardens, and her legendary one-eyed ginger cat Pumpkin.

Well done Mon!

Check out the story here:

“Helping neighbours to transform their homes and reduce their ecological footprint together”