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Comment by Sarah James on May 6, 2014 at 11:20am

Is there anyone in the Glen Eden area interested in working with me to start a community garden near the beginning of the cycle/walkway at Savoy Rd? I'd like to get this started ASAP. Please email if you're interested. The idea is for fruit trees and vege gardens and herbs and composting on site. Please let anyone know who you think might be interested. Thanks and look forward to hearing from you!

Comment by Kate on November 2, 2013 at 8:41pm

i sent a friend request so you can give me your contact details. i am not sure what to trade. all i have are fresh free range chook and peking duck eggs, or a rooster ready for the pot. my garden is producing lettuce and a limited amout of silverbeet. what type of trees are in the mulch. kate

Comment by John Russell on November 2, 2013 at 6:54am

$20, but are happy to trade

Comment by Kate on November 1, 2013 at 7:33pm

how much is mulch for a trailer load

Comment by John Russell on November 1, 2013 at 7:01pm

Seasoned Tree Mulch available at various stages of composting.

Pick up from Kumeu or delivery available.

Comment by Claude on October 9, 2013 at 10:13pm

Waiheke Island E-Bike kit Group Buying. Update on the mid-mount, bottom-bracket ebike motor kit:

Looks like we will cut off at the end of this week or beginning of next (by the 15th of October at the latest). So far everyone who is in is going for the kit option of the better INR 29E battery which with motor & accessories works out to NZ$1,421 for everything. We also will be running an installation party on a sunny Saturday for DIY folk.

See for details.

In summary, we spent a year researching ebikes to find who made the best (affordable) motors and batteries, and visited three factories in China before settling on the new Bafang BBS01 motor and the Samsung INR 29E battery (specs: 403 w/hrs, 11.2 a/hr, 37v and 2.2KG). Both the motors and the batteries are being purchased direct from the respective manufacturers and the group buy reduces shipping costs substantially.

The motor is new for 2013, and far superior to the hub motors commonly available. It drives the chain, which means it uses the gears, like a car. It's also a lot quieter. The battery is phenomenally light for the power it delivers. Most importantly, they fit on most bikes. You put it on your own bike; it is a kit, not an ebike.

We planned to buy six kits for our foundation, but when others heard about it, they asked if they could join in. We will be cutting off orders by the 15th because it will probably take 6-8 weeks before we get the kits and we want them before the summer holiday.

So if you are interested go to and use the contact tab.

Note: This is a one-off. Once we have the kits we need, we won't be repeating it.

Comment by Garth Adams on September 25, 2013 at 10:10pm

Hi, Looking for pigs fat from pasture fed/ organic source to make lard.Any help would be appreciated. Thanks


Garth Adams

Comment by ronnie (sharon) lovelock on September 15, 2013 at 8:56pm

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Comment by Claude on August 2, 2013 at 4:53pm

This is what the motor looks like on a 1951 Raleigh DL

Comment by Claude on August 2, 2013 at 4:51pm

The Renaissance Aotearoa Foundation on Waiheke Island is placing an order for Bafang BBS01 ebike kits (small electric motors that turn a bicycle into an ebike) shortly. A number of people have approached us to ask if they can piggyback on the order to get a wholesale price and save on shipping. Sounds good to us. If you are interested in piggybacking or just want to learn more, see our web site at . These 36v, NZ legal kits fit most standard bikes, do not require changing the hub or rim, and cost a lot less than an ebike. If you have a bike you are not using because the hills are too tough, the range too far or your knees too creaky, this may be the answer. Note that these kits work with your gears, so a lower-powered motor can assist going up a steep hill. They will not turn your bike into a moped (you still have to pedal), but they do flatten the hills to extend both riding range, and the age at which we can still enjoy bicycling. A bike shop in Auckland will install the kit if you are not mechanically minded or lack the requisite tools. Please reply soon as we expect to ask for a quote by mid August (2013) at the latest.


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