Whanganui

Introduction to Whanganui

Whanganui Environment Base ~ 256 Wicksteed Street, Whanganui

Phone ~ 06-345 6000 or email: sustainablewhanganui@gmail.com
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Community Solutions for Today, Public Talk, WHANGANUI

A public talk showing how we can: Revitalise, Reconnect & Make Resilient our community using the best working models available. Come hear this Powerpoint presentation by Laurence Boomert bringing forward the latest news in best can-do practices from across the world and New Zealand that are being applied at the local level. » Read more

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Delhi Village Open Day

Delhi Village is a co-housing project, a chance to live in a village atmosphere close to friends. The aim is to create a community that is more environmentally sustainable and with enough freedom to pursue this goal in your own way.

This open day is an opportunity to meet with the group that is developing this exciting green initiative and to view the property to see the potential.

Finger food and barbeque

Contact 06 343 3060 or email ronaldofisher@hotmail.com

Gardening Discussion Evening

This month we are planning a discussion on gardening, we'd love you to
bring along your ideas and handy tips on what to grow, organic weed
and pest control, etc etc

Winters a good time to plan next year's garden, so come along and join us.

To start the discusion off Lisa Talbot will show pictures and talk
about her garden and how it has developed.  Graham and Lyn Pearson
will show some slides and discuss organic methods that local bee
keepers are using to reduce their dependance on chemicals to control
verroa mite. » Read more

FREE Movie Night- Earth Whisperers- Gonville Library

Earth Whisperers - Papatuanuku

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Low Energy Healthy Living

 

Airtight eHaus a success » Read more

Sustainable Whanganui Trust's March gumboot event, gardens and wetlands

Home Movie showing in Gonville


HOME – Our Earth, by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. A brilliant environmental movie not to be missed. This film not only shows us vividly what we’re doing to Earth “our home”, but also takes us on a journey to look at some possible solutions. » Read more

Introduction to bee keeping

Saturday 20th November @ 2.30 pm "Introduction to Beekeeping", a talk and demonstration of gear, plus if nice weather a visit to the Wanganui Bee Keepers Club apiary.

Climate Change talk

The Sustainable Whanganui Trust has invited Phil Tate, a Wellington based ambassador for Al Gore's "Climate Project" to speak on the topic "Water and the Warming World".  This event is part of River Week, Phil will speak on Friday 12 Nov, at the Davis Lecture Theatre, Whanganui Museum at 7.30 pm.  Gold coin donation.  Contact Graham Pearson for more details 344-1012 & pearsongandl@clear.net.nz
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