Hi - I have been approached by Kerry Kitione who is part of the Te Whakaritorito Trust. The Trust is interested in going to schools to help children interested in organic gardening. Hester are you still interested in these projects? I know we have been here before with the Sustaining HB Trust. But to all out there in the Napier area and are interested in mentoring in this scheme you can contact Kerry at 06 8446840 or myself through this blog. Regards Janet Chambers
Added by Janet Chambers on February 15, 2012 at 2:01pm — No Comments
Hi I am a new member and not quite sure if I am right in posting this up here or not. So bear with me.. I have approx 3k-5kg of Luisa plums, 3 apple cucumbers, 2 green cucumbers, 6 garden tomatoes from my garden picked last night to donate in the Hamilton area. Can anyone tell me where I can drop them off today while they are fresh. Thanks.
The Food Programme hears from the people coming up with new ideas and fresh thinking about how and where we produce food for the UK's future. From computer programmers creating networks for people trading food locally through to community supported market gardens, Sheila Dillon finds out how a new generation is coming up with radical…Continue
Added by Mark Fowler on February 7, 2012 at 9:43am — No Comments
Hi there fellow ooooby'ers, For those who have been following my journal series I just wanted to let you know that the latest journal (7) - Soil Remediation, is now available from http://piginthemud.com/content/soil-remediation I've also had the…Continue
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Duties are to help with a range of tasks, from simple computer work, to running errands, to organizing home office, etc.
A one year commitment preferred. Flexible work hours. You will often work unsupervised, and at your own pace.
Applicant is ideally spiritually minded, well organized, flexible, and self motivated. A mobil phone, computer, and vehicle are helpful.
An appreciation for nature, and alternative wellness a…
Added by Damian on February 2, 2012 at 2:12pm — No Comments
Many of you will be aware of the Food Bill that is due to be passed through Parliament shortly after the summer holidays. This Bill directly effects Ooooby and its members.
'In a nutshell, if the new Food Bill is passed then 'unexempted' trading of homegrown food could be treated as a criminal…Continue