Auckland

Taunton Terrace Community Garden

We are in the planning stages of the building of a community garden in Taunton Terrace, Blockhouse Bay, Auckland.

Working group organiser is Olwyn at growyourhealth@xtra.co.nz

We would welcome more interested local people to join our group for even more inspiration and enthusiasm.

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Sustainable Bays next meeting

Our next meeting will be on Monday 20th May 7pm @ Browns Bay School (room 18), browns bay.

All welcome

 

Urban Abundance

 

Urban Abundance

Permaculture Design for your Garden

2 day urban design course

This course will give you the tools to design your own abundant urban paradise. We will focus on the building blocks for urban permaculture design and relate them specifically to  Auckland. At the end of the course you will understand the basics of how to design your own abundant garden or get more out of the process of working with a professional designer. » Read more

Location / Venue: 
Kawai Purapura, 14 Mills Lane, Albany, North Shore, Auckland

Communicating Compassionately - an NVC Foundation Workshop with Deb & Wayne - AUCKLAND

 

We all have a universal need to connect with ourselves and with others. This workshop offers a way of communicating that leads us to give from the heart. We offer a guide in reframing how we express ourselves and hear others. Instead of using habitual, automatic reactions, our words become conscious responses based firmly on an awareness of what we are perceiving, feeling and wanting.

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Location / Venue: 
Kandallah - 64 A Shetland Road, Glen Eden, Auckland

Communicating Compassionately for Couples - A weekend workshop for couples based on the principles of NVC

Intimate relationships are often challenging. We can hold our values of honesty and caring and still end up in a barrage of words that lead to disconnection and pain.   This workshop is designed for you and your partner to spend time with each other, receiving support to practice the skills of NVC that naturally open your heart & lead to a fulfilling relationship. A Pre-requisite of a NVC Foundation Training is required to attend this workshop. Limited to 6 couples. » Read more

Location / Venue: 
Sharda Centre, 15 Percy Graham Drive, Tuakau
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Sustainable Bays - Auckland East Coast Bays Transition group

Spring Sustainability Fair

 

Sustainable Bays are holding a "Sustainability Fair" in September 2013, Browns Bay, Auckland.

 

If you have a business or a community group are interested in showcasing your work to the community, we would love to hear from you. Likewise if you are interested in helping to organise the event, we are always open to new people joining our group.

 

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Communicating Compassionately - an NVC Foundation Workshop with Deb & Wayne - AUCKLAND

We all have a universal need to connect with ourselves and with others. This workshop offers a way of communicating that leads us to give from the heart. We offer a guide in reframing how we express ourselves and hear others. Instead of using habitual, automatic reactions, our words become conscious responses based firmly on an awareness of what we are perceiving, feeling and wanting. » Read more

Location / Venue: 
64A Shetland Road, Glen Eden, Auckland
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Keeping chickens in the city, with Gail Batten

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Location / Venue: 
www.mountednvillagepeople.co.nz

Bush Awareness and Survival Skills with Steve, Jen & Family - HUNUA RANGES - AUCKLAND

Steve, Jen, Turtle & Dawa from HUMAN - www.human.org.nz are returning to the abundant Hunua Ranges in Auckland to run their weekend class on Buscraft & Survivial Skills.

This is for anyone who goes bush now & then, is a serious tramper or wants to brush up their skills in bush awareness & survival.  This is the beginning of a bush awareness & survival kit that you keep in your head and under your belt rather than in your backpack. » Read more

Location / Venue: 
HUNUA RANGES - AUCKLAND
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 Fruit trees for Auckland - a community project to bring free fruit into our city

On Sunday the 29th of July 2012, we provided 520 fruit trees to local schools, early childhood centres and Transition Town groups. All 520 fruit trees from the 2012 project now have their roots down all over Auckland.  The 3 main aims with this project are to support families with lowering their grocery bills, encourage local food production, and teach children how to plant and care for fruit trees. We'd like to thank all the teachers, parents and volunteers for getting involved and sharing our vision of free and healthy food. » Read more

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