5 & 6 DECEMBER An interactive dynamic workshop, loaded with practical tools, for transforming the daily 'mechanics of living' and broader social-economic systems which underpin our usual (dis)functional lives into wholistic nature connected, socially vital experiences.

Parihaka at Riverside

PARIHAKA DAY: A performance with a difference

Riverside Community 5th Nov,  7pm » Read more

Transition Town Motueka Update 2009 October 20.

Hello TTers. I hope those of you with flooded gardens can now fetch your parsley without putting on your gumboots.   1. Our Community Currency: TALENTS will have its launch this Friday night, 23rd October, 7.30pm, Memorial Hall supper room.

TTM UPdate October 11

Dear TTM People, What a happy sunshiny Spring day! I imagine lots of you are outside gardening or otherwise enjoying the glorious weather. For ages I've wanted to learn to scythe.

The Age of Stupid is now screening at the Gecko

In this new movie from director Franny Armstrong (McLibel, Drowned Out) and producer John Battsek (In the Shadown of the Moon, One Day in September), Oscar-nominated Pete Postlethwaite (In The Name of the Father, Brassed Off) stars as a man living alone in the devasted world of 2055, looking back at “archive” footage from 2007 and asking: why didn’t we stop climate change when we had the chance? The fi » Read more

Growing herbs: weekend workshop with John Massey

Saturday October 3rd and Sunday October 4th 9.00am – 4.30pm at Riverside Communit » Read more

Plant Edible Trees at Motueka Decks Reserve

So Monday September 28th at 9am we hope to be out planting fruit and nut trees at Deck Reserve in Motueka. We have a proposed planting plan, but on the day may be a little bit different depending on what varieties the council has been able to source. The trees have been selected for their hardiness and suitability for the site. There should be a BBQ, music, and of course you! So I'd love to get an email RSVP from people that can come along for the morning to get involved. I would especially like to encourage young people to attend, so please feel free to forward this email on accordingly. » Read more

Gardening info

Grant Douglas is teaching a series of workshops offerred by the TDC called Down to Earth Vegetable Growing. It is a series of five workshops, including two hands on sessions in gardens, teaching how to raise seedlings and propegate plants, as well as compost making and worm farming.  Workshops are free, though registration will help with logistical planning.

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Agenda for 19 Aug Sustained Momentum Gathering Meeting

Agenda for TTM meeting Aug 19th

1. Present

2. Apologies » Read more

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