Envirohub is currently planning Sustainable Backyards 2020.

We have some really exciting events coming up for March which we cannot wait to share with you.

If you have any questions in the meantime, would like to be involved by either hosting an event, having an open home for our Sustainable Home and Garden Ramble or have a stall or activity at our Sustainable Day Out please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.

Projects Manager & Western BOP coordinator: Liesel Carnie

Projects@envirohub.org.nz

Eastern BOP Cordinator: Rebecca MacKay

Easternbay@envirohub.org.nz

Rotorua Coordinator: Lilian Short

Rotorua@envirohub.org.nz

 

If you already have finalised details for any of these you can fill in your details through our forms:

Sustainable Backyards Event Registration

Sustainable Home and Garden Ramble Registration

Sustainable Day Out Stallholder Expression of Interest

 

If you want to check out what Sustainable Backyards is like or want some event inspiration check out the 2019 edition below.

See the full brochure here

Sustainable Backyards (SBY) is a month-long calendar of events in March hosted throughout the Bay. This year we had over 170 free or low-cost Enviro Events supporting sustainable living, conservation and other awesome initiatives that were taking place regionally. SBY aims to improve the wellbeing and quality of life of people in the community via informative workshops and activities. These range anywhere from growing your own food, beach/estuary cleanups, consumer choices, cooking, bush walks, farmers/ night markets, kids events, frock swaps, and movie screenings. SBY provides a mechanism for communities and organisations in the Bay of Plenty to have a voice in the protection of their environment and people.

SBY Aims to benefit the community in the following ways:

  1. Connect people – via low cost or free events with a broad demographic appeal, including Maori, youth and the elderly.
  2. Inspire peopleImproving the wellbeing and quality of life of people in the community via informative workshops and activities. 
  3. Engage and train people– helping people be proactive in new learning and lifestyles
  4. A green voice – Provide a mechanism for communities and organisations in the Bay of Plenty to have a voice in the protection of their environment and people via the promotion of local initiatives.

The outcomes are well connected, better informed, resourced and skilled individuals coming together to form resilient communities.

We Can’t Wait To See You All There!