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Tauranga

Ooooby

(Out of our own Backyards)

all welcome, bring something along to share, produce, plants, seedlings, seeds... :)

Feb Produce Share Tables:

Nashi Festival

Sat 21st noon - Sun 22nd noon

at The Arty House, 372 Wairoa Road, Te Puna

Envirofest - sat 28th feb, 3pm till late, mt drury at mt maunganui

see fliers below :)

 
  for more info, or if you need help if you're trying to create a profile, or aren't receiving the monthly gathering updates and want to - ph Carina 021 064 9814   :) 

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Nettle in Tauranga 1 Reply

Hi All, I am looking for somewhere I can source Nettle, preferably Stinging Nettle in the Tauranga area. I have never seen it for sale anywhere, but have heard of it growing wild on peoples properties, parks etc....Continue

Started by Eve Tamara. Last reply by Kathy Fathers Feb 6.

Milk/water kefir grains 4 Replies

Hi!!I am hoping to find some kefir grains in Tauranga! I have kombucha so could do a swap? Cheers, RoannaContinue

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Comment by James Samuel on February 6, 2015 at 4:48pm

Exciting news - three events in Tauranga, as part of the Beyond Organic NZ Tour!

Comment by Carina on February 6, 2015 at 4:02pm

Comment by Carina on February 6, 2015 at 4:01pm

www. nashifest.net.nz

Comment by Carina on December 11, 2014 at 12:08pm

This event is held at the Arty House on Wairoa Road and was lots of fun last year :)  meet lots of interesting and friendly people there, neat vibe and very local!  :) 

incase you can't read the writing on the flier:

Your best small festival inspiring creativity through fun, food, music and the arts.  10 mins out of Tauranga at www.theartyhouse.co.nz

Early Bird Tickets until 20th Dec  $25/Adult, Family $60 (2 adults, 2 children over 5)  kids 5-17yrs $10, under 5s Free

Comment by Sharon Watt on September 22, 2014 at 3:28pm

On Saturday we gathered at Andrea and Hone's beautiful and abundant property in Welcome Bay. Here are some photos.

Comment by Andrew Martin on August 19, 2014 at 5:49pm

To all those who attended OOOOBY Tauranga on the weekend here is a link to that article and video I mentioned. http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/08/09/12-design-principles...

Comment by Sharon Watt on August 4, 2014 at 5:29pm

Hi James,

Several members of the Tauranga Oooby group are taking Catherine's PDC so we can talk to you on the 16th. Look forward to meeting you.

Comment by James Samuel on August 2, 2014 at 12:35pm

Thank you for joining me up to this group.

Given we are about to launch the Ooooby Box in the Waikato (first boxes are being delivered on Wed 13th Aug), I thought it was time to connect with you lovely people, for some conversation about possibly doing something similar in Tauranga.

I'll be speaking about Food Forests at one of Catherine Dunton-MacLeod's permaculture events on Sat the 16th August, and would be available from early afternoon, if anyone would like to connect.

I made contact with Carina, just now and she said she'd get hold of Rebecca, and possibly others, and see what might work. Meanwhile please feel free to comment here.

Looking forward to meeting you.

Comment by Carina on June 24, 2014 at 5:28pm

on "Urban Design for Nutritional Resilience" on Friday 27 June from 7-9pm at the Village Hall, Historic Village.

In addition to this we are running the following workshops this week at the Historic Village:


Wednesday - Design Your Own Forest Garden
Thursday - Top Bar Beekeeping AND Cooking and Preparing Nutrient Dense Food
Friday - Save Your Own Seeds AND BioIntensive Gardening
Saturday - Growing Nutrient Dense Food 

These workshops run from 9am to 4pm and are an excellent way to get in depth on concepts outlined in Kay's talk last month.  We hope many of you can attend!  To register, go to http://www.koanga.org.nz/workshoptour/

Comment by Sharon Watt on June 23, 2014 at 9:12pm

Kay Baxter is returning to Tauranga this week and is offering a free seminar on "Urban Design for Nutritional Resilience" on Friday 27 June from 7-9pm at the Village Hall, Historic Village.  Please spread the word!

I don't think you need to book for this. Just turn up.

 

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