Creating Kaitāia Kete

One of the worst offenders for plastic pollution in our environment is the plastic bag. So as part of the campaign to get Kaitāia free from single use plastic by 2020 the idea of a Kaitāia Kete was born. We were lucky enough to get selected for Good in the Hood funding which will go … Continue reading Creating Kaitāia Kete

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Kickstarting Kaitaia Kete

Please vote for us to receive a share of $4,000 from Z Kaitaia! Getting Kaitaia free of single use plastic by 2020 is a project the EcoCentre is working on in conjunction with several other community groups, including CBEC Ecosolutions, Para Kore and the Corrections Dept. You may have already come across beeswax wraps to … Continue reading Kickstarting Kaitaia Kete

It’s a wrap!

A beeswax wrap! Several sizes in fact, and lovely ones specially designed for sandwiches and wraps (of the edible kind). We have partnered up with Viv Harding who makes beeswax wraps as a fundraiser for Days for Girls, an international grassroots network of thousands of volunteers around the world. Days for Girls provide education, feminine … Continue reading It’s a wrap!

Hats and mats

Our Crafty Monday series continues on 5th March with an opportunity to learn how to crochet hats and mats out of soft plastics. They are particularly great for the garden and the beach and of course survive being scrunched up in a bag or the boot of the car. It is a way of getting … Continue reading Hats and mats

Soap Making on a Crafty Monday

We had a great turn out to our soap making workshop, thank you to those who came along! Terrianne Catlow is a local to the Far North and soap making is one of her hobbies. She kindly came along and demonstrated how to make your own body soap. She covered equipment, safety, hot and cold … Continue reading Soap Making on a Crafty Monday