Local Legends Awards
Congratulations to our very own Ambassador, Jarrah, who won the Sunshine Coast Lightning’s Local Legend Awards presented by Unitywater⚡️This award celebrated those who go ABOVE AND BEYOND in our local community.
These legends have become ambassadors for the Plastic Free Noosa Program.
Here you can meet them, find out why they love Plastic Free Noosa and learn a little more about them:
On a mission to inspire others to take care of our beautiful biosphere region, 12-year-old Plastic Free Noosa Ambassador and Waste Warrior, Jarrah Small, is front and centre at our clean-up events.
Jarrah grew up spending her days surrounded by the ocean, national parks and wildlife and the more time she spends in nature the more she’s realised just how much plastic there really is in our ocean, and how it is harming our planet.
Grace Good is a14-year-old budding underwater and coastal photographer who is on a mission to make the coast a happy place that is free from plastics. She is our kinda girl!!!
Grace and her mum Ashley live on Noosa North Shore and the ocean is her happy place. Grace is passionate about picking up rubbish, no matter how small or how far she has to walk with the rubbish, and she wants to motivate and inspire all local businesses to stop using plastics, which will help to look after our environment and waterways. In addition, she is creating, bamboo cups, plastic free straws, hats and bags to raise money for Plastic Free Noosa through her social enterpise, OceanGrace.
Dani Garreton is a proud supporter of Plastic Free Noosa. Based in Spain, her art conveys the deep sense of respect and passion she feels for the ocean.
You can see her artwork featured in the posters and signs that we've created for our members to use to tell their customers about their efforts to reduce plastic.
Ready to go plastic free? Plastic Free Noosa helps to protect the environment by empowering the Noosa community in eliminating single-use plastics through direct engagement, recognition and facilitating circular economies.
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