Across Australia, Restaurants and People are Giving Back

Across Australia, projects, restaurants and people are giving back to their local communities, animals and planet
Restaurants in Australia are Giving Back

Restaurants in Australia are giving back, and Michaela Guzy of OhThePeopleYouMeet.com shows you just what some of them are doing for their communities.

Across Australia, projects, restaurants and people are giving back to their local communities, animals and planet. Watch as Michaela, Founder of OhThePeopleYouMeet.com, travels down under to learn about the efforts to keep the culture and planet alive.

Experience the sustainable food practices in Melbourne: SILO by Joost, the only zero waste café in the southern hemisphere. All its suppliers are local, organic and use all reusable packaging.

The waste-free menu is fresh made daily. Sea Bounty, Eastern Australia’s top mussel producer, works with government efforts to replenish the oyster population.

And visit one of the world’s oldest rainforests, the Daintree, where the culture of the aboriginal tribe Yalanji is preserved through tourism that teaches visitors about traditional plant use, food sources and the beauty of the forest.

From sustainable food practices to the preservation of aboriginal culture and to the conservation of native wildlife – It’s all happening down under and you can get involved. See more at: OhThePeopleYouMeet.com.

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