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Nikki Slade Robinson is a local award-winning author-illustrator who is passionate about the environment. She created ‘Munkle Arvur and the Bod’ and many other titles including ‘The little Kiwi’s Matariki’ series and more. Munkle Arvur was Nikki’s great-uncle and in this story, becomes an eco-hero as he takes on the Bod and the Bod-dumping habits. Pride Whakatane has teamed up with Nikki to bring the primary students of our District a colouring competition! Colour the one in this booklet, request…
Envirohub encourages our die-hard opshoppers and sustainable-wardrobe-lovers to take up the challenge of using SBY2020 to showcase slow fashion at it's greatest in the Bay ALL MONTH! That's right, we're laying down a challenge - should you choose to accept it - to only wear sustainable fashion all March. Don your opshop scores of the past and present, and document these for all our viewing pleasure on instagram with the hashtags #moreskuxforyourbux #highclassbrokeass #slowfashion #thisoldthing #onemanstrash #envirohubbop #sustainablewardrobes #SBY2020 (Don't…
To celebrate Sustainable Backyards Month 2020, CReW is offering tour bookings for school groups during the month of March to share how we are involved in waste diversion while creating sustainable local employment. Email David at email@example.com for more information.
In Autumn, we are dividing of plants like rhubarb, comfrey, mint, thyme, berry canes, and other "semi-hardwood cuttings." Tree propagation, grafting, rootstock production, growing trees from seed will also be covered. There will be plant material to share, take home & start growing.
A call out for art created intentionally to enhance public engagement and connection with the environment for display in Wharaurangi as we wrap up Sustainable Backyards Month 2020. Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
Learn how to identify birds by their call and practice five minute bird counts in the Kotukutuku Gully. Hosted by Kotukutuku Gully Care Group and facilitated by Paul Cuming. To book please email: email@example.com
From your kitchen pantry, create your own cleaners and take away your own vim, tawashi, glass cleaner and hand soap. Key Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We all love food. As a society, we devour countless cooking shows, culinary magazines and foodie blogs. So how could we possibly be throwing nearly 50% of it in the trash? Filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of waste and pledge to quit grocery shopping cold turkey and survive only on foods that would otherwise be thrown away. This event has been postponed due to concerns about coronavirus. If you would like a refund please…