Ecofest North 15 March-13 April 2014

2nd October 2013 | Nicky Davis

Kaipatiki Project is excited to have been asked to co-ordinate Ecofest North for another year. Ecofest North will be a vibrant festival of all things environmentally and sustainably good; promoting sustainable living choices and celebrating environmental action in our neighbourhoods.

Ecofest’s aim is to showcase and advocate for green urban living through workshops, talks, walks, courses, open days, displays, tours and other special events – all organised under the Ecofest umbrella by community organisations large and small. A real grass-roots festival: Ecofest North will be a collaboration between scores of community groups, individuals, businesses and Auckland Council.

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BE A PART OF IT

By registering an event

Registrations from event organisers are welcome from now until 3 February 2014. Download the EcoFest 2014 – Registration form for electronic submission v2 (editable Word document) or request one to be sent to you by phoning (09) 482 1172.

Browse the frequently asked questions EcoFest North 2014 FAQs pdf.

Got an idea for an event for Ecofest North 2014 but need to talk it through? Contact Louisa Chase.

Be inspired by looking at last year’s programme of 110 events Ecofest Programme March 2013.

By providing support or sponsorship

Ecofest North Manager, Louisa Chase, is ready to talk to businesses now about how they can demonstrate their green credentials, and get exposure for their brand, by supporting the festival; through sponsorship, promotional or advertising help, or donating goods, services or the use of a venue.

For an informal chat about the opportunities Ecofest North presents for your business contact:

LOUISA CHASE
Ecofest North Manager
Email [email protected]
020 4000 4788 / (09) 482 1172

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Kaipatiki Project is able to operate due to the generosity of our funders and supporters

Auckland Council Foundation North Ministry for the Environment Kaipatiki Local Board Ubiquity Environment Hubs Aotearoa