Wanted on Board!

Te Pokapū Tiaki Taiao O Te Tai Tokerau Trust (aka Far North Environment Centre) is the trust that runs the EcoCentre, and is in need of some new trustees! The EcoCentre is the administrative home to Kaitāia TimeBank (KTB), Transition Towns Kaitāia (TTK), the Community Garden at the Community House on Puckey Ave, and Plastic … Continue reading Wanted on Board!

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New year, new beginnings

Ngā mihi nui o te tau hau! We're open again at Bank Street after our summer break and getting things back up and running. We're working on a programme of Crafty Mondays starting in February and other workshops, keep an eye on our Facebook page for more information and regular updates. We're also expanding our … Continue reading New year, new beginnings

Wanted: An EcoCentre Manager & Volunteer Coordinator!

Come and join a great team working towards Plastic Free Kaitaia 2020, building community through the Kaitaia Timebank, growing organic food at Te Hiku Hauora Maara Kai and encouraging sustainable lifestyles through activities and products available at the EcoCentre. Part-time contractor 15 hours per week. One Year contract initially. For further information call Rebecca on … Continue reading Wanted: An EcoCentre Manager & Volunteer Coordinator!

Reflecting back and looking forward

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

Introducing Ian: Kaitāia TimeBank’s new workshop & working bees coordinator

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