Such a sensational enterprise that focuses on sustainable living and …

Comment on Earth Sanctuary inspired by long time Territorians by Phil Walcott.

Such a sensational enterprise that focuses on sustainable living and creating opportunities for preserving our precious environment. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing and working with Dan and Tom in various capacities over their 16 year connection with the Centre, beginning with their roles in the Alice IS Wonderland initiative through to their hosting the most recent Tourism Central Australia Awards night.
Their talents and skills are far-reaching from the essential roles as paramedics to their creative energies with the Earth Sanctuary.
Such a wonderful addition to the rich community fabric of Alice Springs and Central Australia, the family is wished every on-going success in all that they seek to achieve.

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