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updated 30 Nov 2008
The Motueka Skills Swap (MOSS) is back. MOSS is a non-profit system developed within the community for the exchange of goods, services and skills between members without the need of New Zealand dollars. It is for barter, only better, because you can supply the people in the system who want what you have and receive what you want from a different person in the system.
We are starting small and growing. A skills directory will be published, enabling members to advertise the skills and services they wish to offer or may require. This is available online to members, as well. » Read more
"Belonging" exhibition by Sally Austin, harakeke artist, is at the Jester House Cafe on Coastal Hwy, Tasman. Open 7 days from 9-5. The exhibit runs 20 Nov - 4 Dec.
Buy (and Sell) Local - Keep the Money Flowing in Our Community
Monday 29 December 2008, 9am-4pm at Thorps Bush behind New World
Motueka High School Fundraiser
Food and drink available - come for lunch
If wet, it will be held on Tuesday 30 December.
Stallholders: registration forms from email@example.com or ph 03 528 9050 ext 203
after hours ph 03 528 8588
A new extension to the walkway running between Old Wharf Rd and Courtney Street East is currently being excavated by Keep Motueka Beautiful to add to their walkways through the old sawdust dump areas.
from an article in the Guardian
Present: James Monahan, Richard Middleton, Phil Lister, Jack Santa Barbara, Cheryl Lasseau, Lee Owens, Stephanie Walls,Tara Forde, Ron Sharpe, F » Read more
updated 15 Aug 2009
Fresh FM is airing a series on Transition Towns fortnightly. The first two segments have aired. Each segment is 15 minutes long, and discusses a topic relevant to TT. With these shows, we are creating, in effect, an audio Transition Towns primer.
Transition Town podcasts are now online at:
updated 18 Nov 2008
The Motueka Community Board is organising a potato growing competition with an emphasis on community involveement. Board member Tara Forde said the Board was encouraging people to get involved with gardening, including those who don't have the space for a traditional garden.
By growing potatoes in buckets minimal effort is required and she hopes a diverse range of people will take part. » Read more