Fruit Tree Planting - Action Plan

UPDATE:  Fruit Tree Planting Project has its own website.

The project to plant Fruit Trees in public spaces organised by Judith Holtebrinck and the Mt Eden Village People has been growing over the last year and half and its confirmed that 131 fruit trees will be planted on Auckland City council land mid 2010. » Read more

Meeting Minutes

Meeting Minutes Page

Please add each set of meeting minutes with a title as an attachment to this page.  This will allow anyone to read the minutes of all meeting held by TT Kingsland.

Meeting Minutes attached below



Planting fruit trees in your community in Auckland

Planting fruit trees in your community in Auckland

Our vision for a sustainable future in our community is to have fruit trees available for everyone.
In a time where food and oil prices are rising, we believe that planting fruit trees now is essential
for the future of the next generation and for the future of our community.

The goal of this group is to work with the council, schools,
playgrounds/kindergarten and community groups to plant fruit trees. » Read more

Working towards zero waste in Mt Eden

Working towards zero waste in Mt Eden

We are a group in Mt Eden village supporting our community, mainly the businesses, to minimise the waste that usually goes into landfill.

We offer shop owners alternatives to plastic bags and compostable and biodegradable food containers and help them to find recycling options. » Read more

Waste Management Group

Waste Management Group

It cannot be waste of time to reduce waste and to optimize its disposal, if our future depends on how resourceful we are today.

Working towards ‘Zero Waste’ is possible. Parts of Europe have been exemplary  of how to create efficient resource cycles and how to encourage waste minimization by implementing regulations and by educating people, especially the youth. » Read more

Our Second Public Event



foster sense of community

enhancing and sharing knowledge of sustainable living

developing community resilience

reclaim community autonomy through democratic decisionmaking

developing a community vision of long-term sustainability

exposing short term fallacies

finding local solutions


Benefit Screening of Garbage Warrior - Stanmore Bay - Friday 15 August

FILM NET screens GARBAGE WARRIOR as Benefit for Stanmore Bay School

See for all the details!

Location / Venue: 
Stanmore Bay School,

Our first event - Movie Screening 14th June 08

...they would never be the same again

We gathered at the Wellpark College of Natural Therapies in Grey Lynn to watch a compilation of films, edited down to get a cross-section of the issues of climate change and peak oil and to introduce the basics of Transition Towns.

We saw segments of A Crude Awakening - The Oil Crash, The Power of Community as well as a seminar talk by Rob Hopikins.



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