Sally MacKinnon

Sally MacKinnon (PhD) has been involved in the environment and sustainability movements for over 20 years as an educator, communicator, storyteller and community volunteer.

Sally contributed to the establishment of the Ethos Foundation in 2005 and her work focuses on program design and facilitation; research and writing; and participatory community engagement particularly in the areas of Local Living Economy, and community resilience and prosperity.

Sally’s first book Expanding Green Strategies: Creating change through negotiation was published by Lambert Academic Publishing in 2009, and in 2010 her poetry formed part of the group art exhibition My Black Heart at the Scenic Rim Regional Gallery.


Learning like a forest

GR OnlineI LIVE ON top of a mountain on the edge of Lamington National Park, the largest protected subtropical rainforest in the world. This place is on the edge of the Gold Coast hinterland in the Border Ranges. It's also...

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