Eco Fest North 2019

                                  (Press on this text to download the Eco Fest Programme)

Our Eco Fest North Programme is well underway and we have already shared some fabulous days of Eco Awesomeness!  Our Fun Day at Marlborough Park, Kilmarna Gardens, Volunteering and Our Nature Detectives Preschoolers morning!

There are many more family, child, youth and business-friendly events taking place from now until the end of the festival on April 13th 2019.  You can take a look at the full programme or collect one from our local libraries or from Kaipatiki Environment Centre at 17 Lauderdale, Birkdale.

Feel free to contact the [email protected] if you’d like to have a number of programmes for your school, group or organisation.

Tune in and Fest up with us as we celebrate Eco fest 2019!

Date Event
9 Mar Love Food Hate Waste – Marlborough Park
When Sat, 9 March. .
Where Marlborough Park
Bookings Book online.
Contact Compost Collective
09 482 1672
[email protected]
9 Mar Composting Workshop – Kaipara Flats
When Sat, 9 March. .
Where Kaipara flats
Bookings Book online.
Contact Compost Collective
09 482 1672
[email protected]

At the Ranfurly Hall, this course will be facilitated by Rosie and offers an introduction to the three basic composting systems that can be used in the home and garden: traditional composting bins, worm farms and bokashi buckets. Come and discover what suits you best!

Confirmed participants will receive a $40.00 discount toward the purchase of a composting system that can be redeemed online.

This course is proudly supported by Auckland Council and delivered by the Compost Collective.

9 Mar Eco Fun Day and Eco Fest North Launch Day
When Sat, 9 March. 10 - 2 pm .
Where Marlborough Park, Glenfield, Auckland
Cost free
Contact Kaipatiki Project
[email protected]
10 Mar Kelmarna Community Gardens Harvest Festival
When Sun, 10 March. 10 - 3pm .
Where Kelmarna Community Gardens 12 Hukanui Crescent Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand 10
Bookings Book online.

Ever since we started growing food, in cultures across the world, humans have been congregating to celebrate the gathering of the harvest.

Kelmarna’s Harvest Festival is our invitation to our community to gather round and share in the food that our land and our collective work have produced over the summer. Entry is free as always, so bring your friends and family!

This year’s edition will play host to a unique collaboration from four special Auckland restaurants, each pushing the boundaries of local and sustainable food.

Chefs from Orphans kitchen, Cazador, Paris Butter & Culprit. will meet over the wood-fired barbecue to create beautiful food inspired by the season and the gardens, with all funds raised going to support Kelmarna’s environmental education and therapeutic work. Once again you can pre-book your BBQ plate to beat the queues and make sure you don’t miss out!

We’re delighted to be joined again this year by generous long-time supporters Bread & Butter Bakery and Cafe, Little bird organics & The Unbakery, Millers Coffee, Serious Food Co., Karma Cola, & more TBA.

For the first time this festival, we are excited to welcome Stone Soup Syndicate as collaborators, presenting the Food Matters programme. Bringing the magazine to life for the day, Stone Soup will curate a programme of talks, discussions, and demonstrations, focussing on how we can all be part of creating a more sustainable food system.

Talented local musicians will again be provided the soundtrack to the day from our stage in the paddock, full line up coming soon!

Our Kids Field will be back and bigger than ever, with a host of farm activities for your small people to get stuck into, including the return of our obstacle course, races, face painting, garden crafts & more.

Also don’t miss:
– Home Harvest Competition, with 3 categories – Biggest Pumpkin, Biggest Marrow (both by weight), and Homegrown Bouquet. All entries welcome!

– Gardening workshops throughout the day

– Organic produce for sale

– Organic seedlings for sale – winter vegetables, herbs, salad leaves, & more

– Amazing raffle hampers of goodies from local businesses

Get the date in your diary, and stay tuned for more announcements coming soon!

10 Mar Matakana River Tours
When Sun, 10 March. .
Where Matakana
Cost Free with paying adult
Bookings Book online.
11 Mar Volunteer for Kaipatiki Project – Birkdale
When Mon, 11 March. 9am - 12pm.
Where Kaipatiki Project Environment Centre
Bookings Book online.
Contact Kaipatiki Project Environment Centre
09 482 1172
[email protected]

Special new welcome tea for new volunteers. Join our team at Kaipatiki Project Environment Centre; 17 Lauderdale Road, Birkdale.

Come and have a go!

12 Mar Nature Detectives – Early Years Walk at Kaipatiki Environment Centre, Birkdale
When Tue, 12 March. 9.30am - 11.30am.
Where Kaipatiki Environment Centre; 17 Lauderdale Road, Birkdale
Bookings Book online.
Contact Kaipatiki Project
09 482 1172
[email protected]

Outdoor learning & play for pre-schoolers

tab-bush-group-webYoung children love to explore, and our Nature Detectives morning course is perfect for little learners.

Preschoolers learn how to pot up vegetable plants to take home – and learn about healthy eating and how plants grow. We teach them about the worms under their feet, and the improvements they make to soil.

Then it’s off to the bush to discover kawakawa, spiders, silver ferns, harakeke and hopefully kereru. The children learn it takes all five senses to become a true Nature Detective and leave with the skills to explore the forests of New Zealand.

While the session is aimed at very young people, there’s a strong emphasis on giving adults some new ideas and ways to engage in the bush safely and enjoyably with their children.

 

 

12 Mar Introduction to bee-keeping
When Tue, 12 March. 7pm - 9pm.
Contact Dave Grant
14 Mar Free guided walk with North Shore ranger Anna Baine – Kennedy Park, Castor Bay
When Thu, 14 March. 10am - 12pm.
Where Meet at the Kennedy Park Car Park, Beach Road, Castor Bay
Contact Anna Baine
Auckland Council
[email protected]

In celebration of Parks Week 2019, the community parks ranger and the Kennedy Park WW11 Trust are offering a guided walk through this wonderful urban park.

The walk will provide an opportunity to explore and learn about the WW11 gun emplacements and tunnels at Kennedy Park as well as visit an ancient Maori pa site – Rahopara.

Recommended for people with a good level of mobility.

14 Mar Summer Fun Preschool Play – Kaipatiki
When Thu, 14 March. 10am - 12pm.
Where Meet at Kennedy Park car park, Beach Road, Castor Bay
Cost Free
Bookings Book your space
Contact Anna
Kaipatiki Community Faicilities Trust
[email protected]

A free fun time for preschoolers to play with big toys, be active and to make new friends. Bring your toddler and a coffee and enjoy our beautiful parks. Caregiver supervision is required and sessions are weather dependent.

Limited to 25 people

 

16 Mar Introduction to soap making – Kaipatiki Environment Centre, Birkdale
When Sat, 16 March. 2pm - 4pm.
Where Kaipatiki Project Environment Centre; 17 Lauderdale road, Birkdale
Cost $65
Bookings Book online.
Contact Julie Craig
[email protected]

Learn how to make fresh, allergy-free and non-toxic, pure soap products. This is a hands-on course that will leave you feeling very nurtured and satisfied that you will be able to produce excellent, healthy products for your family’s health. Not to be missed!

Julie is a tutor, author and columnist who is passionate about living sustainably in Auckland’s urban environment. A horticulturally trained, historic food practitioner, Julie is the Wild Crafter that weaves together the classes for the Oak and Thistle team. Specialising in teaching food initiatives, brewing, foraging, making medicine and household products, Julie is passionate about fostering strong communities through bartering, sharing and teaching.

16 Mar Composting course – Orewa
When Sat, 16 March. .
Where 40-46 Orewa Square, Orewa, 0931, New Zealand
Bookings Book online.
Contact Compost Collective
09 482 1672
[email protected]

At the Orewa Community Centre – Small Hall, this course will be facilitated by Tori and offers an introduction to the three basic composting systems that can be used in the home and garden: traditional composting bins, worm farms and bokashi buckets. Come and discover what suits you best!

Confirmed participants will receive a $40.00 discount toward the purchase of a composting system that can be redeemed online.

This course is proudly supported by Auckland Council and delivered by the Compost Collective.

16 Mar Love Food Hate Waste – Whangaparaoa
When Sat, 16 March. 10:30am-12:30pm.
Where Whangaparoa Community Hub, 707 Whangaparaoa road, Stanmore Bay
Cost Free
Bookings Book online.
Contact To find out more about love food hate waste
09 482 1672
[email protected]

Hands on workshop using forgotten ingredients in the fridge. Includes powerpoint talk and discussion.

At this event you will not only learn how to reduce food waste but how to save money and time. The hands on food competition will let you get creative with leftovers and food waste with spot prizes on offer and yummy foo

Brought to you by Compost Collective platform team and Love Food Hate Waste.

16 Mar The Clean up Crew – Rewi Alley Reserve
When Sat, 16 March. 5:00pm-6:00pm.
Where Rewi Alley Reserve, Unsworth Heights
Cost Free
Contact The Clean Up Crew
021 102 4222
[email protected]

More than 25.000 kg of plastic waste is littered in Ne Zealand every day and each of us mismanages seven grams of it daily.

That’s just plastic – yikes!!!

Emma Wingrove is a young lady on a mission to make things better. She has set up her organization “Clean Up Crew” to do just this.

17 Mar Devonport Family Fun Trail
When Sun, 17 March. 10.30am - 1pm.
Where Windsor Reserve, Devonport
Cost Free

This event organized by Devonport Peninsula trust. Come and take a part in activities by foot or bike and explore the special character of our community. This year’s theme is ecology and environment. Help us with plant and bird identification, find out more about sustainable business practices, enjoy eco-themed games and craft activities.

17 Mar Composting Course – Albany
When Sun, 17 March. 10:00AM-12:00PM.
Where 30 Kell Drive, Albany, Auckland, 0632, New Zealand
Cost Free
Bookings Book online.
Contact Compost collective
(09) 482 1672
[email protected]

At Albany Village Library, 30 Kell drive, Albany, this course will be facilitated by Pip and offers an introduction to the three basic composting systems that can be used in the home and garden: traditional composting bins, worm farms and bokashi buckets. Come and discover what suits you best!

Confirmed participants will receive a $40.00 discount toward the purchase of a composting system that can be redeemed online.

This course is proudly supported by Auckland Council and delivered by the Compost Collective.

Discount Voucher Terms & Conditions

* One discount voucher per household
* Discount Voucher will be emailed to you 24 hours after attending the course
* Discount Voucher expires after 3 months
PLEASE NOTE: You can select multiple tickets under one registration however in this case one discount voucher will be sent to the registered email only.

17 Mar Beachcare Awhitu COASTAL WALK along five of our beautiful Harbour beaches
When Sun, 17 March. Beachcare Awhitu are once again celebrating Seaweek by holding a COASTAL WALK along five of our beautiful Harbour beaches on Sunday 17th March (St Patrick’s Day) so we will have a Green theme with: A short talk on the Shorebirds you may see on the Manukau Harbour; The distribution of bags for collecting tideline rubbish; At the walks end a Display of Pest Control with Landcare pest officers and a display of our homegrown native sand-binding and dune plants. Entry: Gold coin donation to Beachcare. Meet: 11am at Wattle Bay Reserve, Dodds Road, Awhitu Peninsula, Franklin. Walk-5 bays from Wattle to Grahams Beach, via Orua, Big Bay, Hudson’s Beach. Suitable for all walkers and families – average time 2 hours. Need: Good non-slip shoes – mostly sand but some rocky/muddy headlands to negotiate; suitable clothing for weather conditions, water bottle, sun screen, hat. Refreshments, including local artisan foods, available to purchase at the walks end at Hudson’s Beach. Shuttle bus will be at Hudsons 1.30pm onwards to take drivers back to Wattle Bay. Dogs permitted on lead only (shorebirds). Contact: Anna McNaughton email: [email protected]
Contact Anna McNaughton
seaweek
[email protected]

Beachcare Awhitu are once again celebrating Seaweek by holding a COASTAL WALK along five of our beautiful Harbour beaches on Sunday 17th March (St Patrick’s Day) so we will have a Green theme with:

  • A short talk on the Shorebirds you may see on the Manukau Harbour;
  • The distribution of bags for collecting tideline rubbish;
  • At the walks end a Display of Pest Control with Landcare pest officers and a display of our homegrown native sand-binding and dune plants.

Entry: Gold coin donation to Beachcare.

Meet: 11am at Wattle Bay Reserve, Dodds Road, Awhitu Peninsula, Franklin.
Walk-5 bays from Wattle to Grahams Beach, via Orua, Big Bay, Hudson’s Beach.
Suitable for all walkers and families – average time 2 hours.

Need: Good non-slip shoes – mostly sand but some rocky/muddy headlands to negotiate; suitable clothing for weather conditions, water bottle, sun screen, hat.

Refreshments, including local artisan foods, available to purchase at the walks end at Hudson’s Beach. Shuttle bus will be at Hudsons 1.30pm onwards to take drivers back to Wattle Bay.

19 Mar Raising the Dough – Kaipatiki Environment Certre, Birkdale
When Tue, 19 March. 6.30 - 8.30pm.
Where 17 Lauderdale Road, Birkdale, Auckland
Cost FREE
Bookings Book online.
Contact Anna Halliwell
Kaipatiki Project Incorporated
094821172
[email protected]

Got the ideas but not the cash? Join Kaipatiki Project’s fundraiser to learn about funding streams for not for profits, and how to create the perfect pitch.

 

About the Tutor

Anna Halliwell has been involved in national and local fundraising projects for over 5 years now and can share her experience in peer-to-peer fundraising, contestable grants, school fundraising and marketing strategy. Suitable for beginners or experienced fundraisers.

20 Mar ANCAD Community Funding Fair – Takapuna
When Wed, 20 March. 12:00pm-3:00pm.
Where 3 Gibbons road, Takapuna
Cost Free
Bookings Secure a place thru email
Contact

Auckland North Community and Development – are holding an advice forum for community groups looking to secure fundings and this time will have funding booths where community groups can have conversations with funders after the usual more formal presentations.

21 Mar
- 5 Apr
Clean Up whilst you Dream Up – Big Beach clean
When Thu, 21 March - Fri, 5 April
Contact Kaipatiki Project
09 482 1172
[email protected]

Join us as we push put the boat on the Eco fest Clean up wherever you are; get out and about and clean up your own local patch. Send us pictures and collect your findings schools, families and friends!

23 Mar Beach Walk at Hobsonville
When Sat, 23 March. 11am-12:30pm.
Where Bomb Point Drive, Hobsonville, Auckland
Cost Free
Bookings Book online.
Contact Kaipatiki Project Environment Centre
09 482 1172
[email protected]

Stretch your legs before the Music in the Park, learn a bit of coastal marine ecology, gourmet food tips and help us pick up a bit of rubbish before the Music in the Park.
For the foodies, discover one of the key ingredients used in “Samphire tempura in oyster cream”. Ferran Adria is one of the best chefs in the world created this in his restaurant elBulli. The restaurant had a waiting list of 2,000,000 people before closing its doors in 2011. Recipe provided!

23
- 24 Mar
Kaipatiki Project Host Auckland University Students
When Sat, 23 - Sun, 24 March
Where 17 Lauderdale, Birkenhead, Auckland
Cost Free

Biological science stage 1, students will be resident at Lauderdale on Saturday and Sunday: putting learning into practice.

24 Mar Fort Takapuna with Conscious Kids
When Sun, 24 March. 10:00am - 2:00pm.
Where Fort Takapuna, Vauxhall Road, Narrow Neck, Auckland
Cost Free
Contact Rita
Concious Kids
[email protected]

Nature Play community days offer an opportunity for families and children to connect and explore the amazing natural beauty inour own backyard. Conscious Kids team up with community groups to provide workshops, activities and equipment for the general public to engage with the local environment.

24 Mar Winter Gardening Workshops with Judy Keats
When Sun, 24 March. 10:00am-12:00pm.
Where Kaipatiki Environment Centre, 17 Lauderdale Road, Birkdale
Cost $30
Bookings Book online.
Contact Judy Keats
Kaipatiki Project
09 482 1172
[email protected]

Learn how to achieve ‘the best you can get’ from your garden by building healthy soil and growing plants to enhance nutrition levels.  Soil fertility, crop rotation and edible selection for winter will be covered.  Also, there will be various methods demonstrated for protecting your seedlings and improving conditions for optimal growth.

 

About the Tutor: Judy Keats
Small Scale Sustainable Gardening Tutor, Permaculturist, Garden Mentor, Organic Grower

Judy has worked as a Community Garden Coordinator for 6 years with Triangle Park in Massey, Kainga Ora maara in Orakei marae and Kaipatiki Project in Birkdale

“I am passionate about growing food that is ‘full of life’, both nutritious and abundant. My community garden involvement has taught me the pleasures of learning, working and sharing together. Food resilience is our common goal.

To grow a successful garden, one begins with an intention to ‘care’, moves on to learn growing techniques and develop the skills of observation, and follows on towards sustainability and ‘wellbeing for all’. I am here to support with that.

The workshops I have chosen to teach incorporate my experience of permaculture applications, along with my knowledge obtained through growing organically.”

24 Mar Te Tiriti O Waitangi in the Tamaki Makaurau Conservation Landscape Wananga
When Sun, 24 March. 1:00pm-3:30pm.
Where Te Tiriti for conservation Kelston Community Hub
Cost Free
Bookings Please book the place thru email
Contact Pamela
[email protected]

Join us as we explore this in today’s context. How can we embody this in the work we do? Host North-West Wildlink Network Partnership facilitated by the department of conservation. Spaces limited.

26 Mar Twilight walk with Neil Henderson
When Tue, 26 March. 6.30pm - 8pm.
Where Kaipatiki Environment Centre, 17 Lauderdale Road, Birkdale
Cost Free
Bookings Book online.
Contact Kaipatiki Project
09 482 1172
[email protected]

There is nothing quite like the bush as the sun goes down. Bring gumboots and a torch for an intriguing twilight walk in the bush with our resident storyteller and restoration activator Neil Henderson. Ages 6 and up.

27 Mar New volunteer welcome – Hobsonville
When Wed, 27 March. 9:00am - 12:00pm.
Where Engine Bay Nursery Hobsonville
Cost Free
Bookings Book online.
Contact Kaipatiki Project Environment Centre
09 482 1172

Special welcome extended to our Hobsonville Community of volunteers and residents. Come and have a go! Morning tea included as always!

29 Mar Guided Walk with Community Park Ranger Anna Baine at Awaruku Reserve Torbay
When Fri, 29 March. 9.30am - 12pm.
Where Awaruku Road entrance, Torbay
Contact Anna Baine
Auckland Council
[email protected]

Meet at the main entrance to the reserve on Awaruku Road.

Join your community park ranger on a guided walk and talk through the lovely Awaruku bush reserve.

Learn about native flora and fauna of this beautiful forest and environmental issues that are having an impact on this unique ecosystem.

Recommended for people with a good level of fitness and mobility.

30 Mar Ready Steady Cook Masterclass – Whangaparaoa
When Sat, 30 March. 9.30am - 11.30am.
Where Whangaparaoa Community Hub
Bookings Book online.
Contact Compost Collective
09 482 1672
[email protected]

To find out more about Love Food Hate Waste, check out the website. www.lovefoodhatewaste.co.nz

This workshop is aimed at parents and caregivers to attend with their children aged 5 to 12 years old. You will learn great tools on reducing your food waste whilst you have a fun time cooking up a storm with your child. Please bring a bowl and cutlery. Includes powerpoint talk and discussion.

Leftover inspired nibbles and drinks are available.

Brought to you by Compost Collective platform team and Love Food Hate Waste.

30 Mar Teen Eco Retreat Day – Whangaparaoa
When Sat, 30 March. 1pm - 5.30pm.
Bookings Book online.
Contact Jo Smart
Compost Collective
09 482 1672
[email protected]

Make your own chemical and plastic free beauty products. Cook some yummy meals with rescued food. Yoga and relaxation.

30 Mar Maungauika North Head Community Day – Devonport
When Sat, 30 March. 9 till 1pm .
Where Meeting Place Barrack Building tihi/summit of maungauika 9am for karakia and brief.
Cost Free
30 Mar Teen Eco Retreat Day with Jo Smart and Love Food Hate Waste
When Sat, 30 March. 1:00am-5:30am.
Where Wangaparaoa Community Hub
Cost $15.00 (This is to cover the cost of the beauty products that are supplied)
Bookings Book online.
Contact

The Love Food Hate Waste section of this workshop is sponsored by the Auckland Council.

The afternoon is dedicated to teens aged 13 to 18 years old’s. You will make your own plastic-free chemical free beauty products Learn about food waste and how to prevent it. Make some delicious recipes from rescued food followed by Yoga and relaxation

Brought to you by Compost Collective platform team and Love Food Hate Waste.

31 Mar Hot Compost and Bio Char Making – Matakana
When Sun, 31 March. 10am - 12.30pm.
Where Rainbow Valley Farm, 588 Matakana Valley Road, Matakana

Join John Graham Smith, Trish Allen and Judy Keats at Rainbow Valley Farm.

Find out how to step up your compost making skills and discover the benefits of making bio-char in your orchards, vineyards and home gardens.

4 Apr Clean up mornings for business –
When Thu, 4 April. .
Contact Clean up crew & Barefoot in Business
[email protected]

Are you a freelancer or a corporate organisation? Join us in an unusual business networking morning. Bring a flask and let’s clean up whilst we dream up!

6 Apr Fern Glen Gardens Open Day
When Sat, 6 April. 10am - 3pm.
Where Fernglen Native Plant Gardens
Contact Fern Glen Native Plant Gardens
021 236 5800

Fern Glen Native Plant Gardens is a living museum of native plants, collected from all over New Zealand, including the outer islands. Guided tours are on offer as well as the chance to buy some ‘less known native plants’.

6 Apr Composting Course – Takapuna
When Sat, 6 April. .
Where Takapuna
Bookings Book online.
Contact Compost Collective
09 482 1672
[email protected]

At the Takapuna War Memorial Hall – Main Hall, this course will be facilitated by Tori and offers an introduction to the three basic composting systems that can be used in the home and garden: traditional composting bins, worm farms and bokashi buckets. Come and discover what suits you best!

Confirmed participants will receive a $40.00 discount toward the purchase of a composting system that can be redeemed online.

This course is proudly supported by Auckland Council and delivered by the Compost Collective.

6 Apr Wheels across the water! Cycle day with Kaipatiki Project and Bike Kaipatiki
When Sat, 6 April. 10 - 3 pm .
Where Hobsonville Engine Bay Nursery
Cost Free
Contact Maddy S0uth
Kaipatiki Project
0212312977
[email protected]

Join Bike Kaipatiki and  Kaipatiki Project as we join together in a collaborative project launching a series of centre cycled in the North.

Bike Kaipatiki facilitate a day of cycling for mixed abilities: a guided cycle around Hobsonville and Hobsonville cycleways in the morning of the 6th punctuated with a sausage sizzle lunch provided by Kaipatiki Project.

More adventurous cyclists can then ride again as we incorporate a ferry ride back to Beach Haven or beyond. Wheels across the water.

Supported by Auckland Transport Bike Fund.

 

9 Apr Tune In Fest Up – Sustainable Talks at Lauderdale – Eco Cleaning with Julie Craig
When Tue, 9 April. .
10 Apr Introduction to crowd funding ANCAD – Kaipara
When Wed, 10 April. 10am.
Where 5 Rere Place, Parakai, Kaipara
Contact 5goodideas
13 Apr Enviro Hui North
When Sat, 13 April. 08.30 - 3pm.
Bookings Book online.

Inspiration and Activation.
Working Together to Increase Our Impact.
This Hui will be at AUT North Campus, 90 Akoranga Dr, Northcote, Auckland 0627.

 

For the first time, we present Enviro Hui North for the last celebratory day of the festival. All environmental groups and interested individuals from across Auckland’s North are invited to come together, to share projects, hear what others are doing, and see how we can work together to increase our impact.
For Restoration Networks, there will be a Pestival North workshop, for sustainability groups, there will be Live Lightly workshops, Then we’ll bring it all together at the end to plan next steps and keep the momentum going throughout the year.
Join environmental leaders and committed conservationists from across the North.

Everyone welcome.

PROGRAMME:

  Pestival North (Biodiversity)

-focusing on bringing together the iwi, hapu, Restoration networks, agencies, groups, communities, businesses and individuals across the 5 local boards areas of Auckland’s North

Climate Summit North (Live Lightly)

-focusing on bringing together the iwi, hapu, networks, agencies, groups, communities, businesses and individuals across the 5 local boards areas of Auckland’s North

Workshop 1 Our Pest Free future – Successes & challenges Our Low Carbon future – Successes & challenges
Workshop 2 Pest animals/ Pest plants/Tracks/ Protecting & enhancing native habitat- what were our goals and did we achieve them? Grow & eat/ Active transport & cycling/ / Energy & housing/ Waste – What were our goals and did we achieve them?
Workshop 3 Pest animals/ Pest plants/Tracks/ Protecting & enhancing native habitat – what’s now possible/ what next? Grow & eat/ Active transport & cycling/ / Energy & housing/ Waste – What’s now possible/ what next?
Workshop 4 Aspiration- How can we work together to have more impact? Aspiration- How can we work together to have more impact?
13 Apr Composting Course – Northcote
When Sat, 13 April. .
Bookings Book online.
Contact Compost Collective
09 482 1672
[email protected]

At the Northcote War Memorial Hall – Main Hall, this course will be facilitated by Rosie and offers an introduction to the three basic composting systems that can be used in the home and garden: traditional composting bins, worm farms and bokashi buckets. Come and discover what suits you best!

Confirmed participants will receive a $40.00 discount toward the purchase of a composting system that can be redeemed online.

This course is proudly supported by Auckland Council and delivered by the Compost Collective.

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