Pop along to the EcoCentre today between 11am and 6pm and for a gold coin you can take part in our Clothes Swap and take away a new wardrobe of clothing! We've got free refreshments too in case anyone needs a nibble whilst they decide. So why have a clothes swap at the EcoCentre? … Continue reading The cost of clothing
What a star, EcoCentre volunteer and Kaitāia TimeBank member Paula Walker has made 42 wet bags out of repurposed chook food sacks and old ties for KTB community group member Anne West Kindergarten to use as wet bags in keeping with their Enviroschools and Ecostar kaupapa! So they now should have enough for one for each … Continue reading Bags, the lot!
Nau te rourou, naku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi With my food basket and your food basket, the people shall live Originally set up through Kaitāia TimeBank as a way for the community to share their spare produce from their gardens, giving value to fruit and vegetables that might otherwise go to waste, the community fruit … Continue reading Paataka Kai – Community food stands
September has been a very reflective month for us at the EcoCentre. With reports to write for funders of our Plastic Free July/Kaitāia 2020 campaign, and the Community Clean Up on top of the AGM for Te Pokapū Tiaki Taiao O Te Tai Tokerau (Far North Environment Centre), the trust that runs the EcoCentre. Not … Continue reading Reflecting back and looking forward
I te taha o toku Matua Ko Whakarongorua te Maunga Ko Hokianga te Moana Ko Mataetaua te Marae Ko Ngapuhi te Iwi I te taha o toku Whaea Ko Maunga Piko te Maunga Ko Parengarenga te Moana Ko Te Reo Mihi te Marae Ko Ngati Kuri te Iwi Ko Ian Kaihe-Wetting toku ingoa I am … Continue reading Introducing Ian: Kaitāia TimeBank’s new workshop & working bees coordinator