Nelson – Doco Six Inches of Soil & discussion

Feature documentary screening, Six Inches of Soil

Interactive discussion session afterwards on the movie and it’s applicability to Nelson

Date

6 May 2024

6PM to 8PM

Host

State Cinema

Event Location

Nelson City

Address

91 Trafalgar Street
Nelson
7010

Phone

none

Cost

20

Booking

Use the booking link below

Waiheke – Doco Six Inches of Soil & discussion

Feature documentary screening for Six Inches of Soil

Followed by discussion panel on issues in the movie, and applicability to Waiheke

Date

4 May 2024

5PM to 7PM

Host

Waiheke Cinema

Event Location

Artworks Complex

Address

127 Ocean View Road
Oneroa
Waiheke Island
1081

Phone

09-372 4240

Cost

20

Booking

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Gisborne – Six Inches of Soil & discussion

Movie screening: Six Inches of soil followed by interactive discussion with the audience

Date

8 May 2024

6PM to 8PM

Host

Odeon Theatre

Event Location

Gisborne

Address

79 Gladstone Road
Gisborne
4010

Phone

06 867 3339

Cost

20

Booking

Use the booking link below

Sanctuary Mahi Whenua monthly working bee

Our community garden holds a monthly working bee and Sunday 5th is our May date. Working Bee runs from 10 am until noon when a shared lunch is served. Please bring a plate of food to share if staying for lunch.

Gallery

Date

5 May 2024

10AM to 12PM

Host

Sanctuary Mahi Whenua Community Garden

Event Location

Sanctuary Mahi Whenua gardens

Address

Unitec Campus Mt Albert
Gate 3, 119B Carrington Road
Auckland
1025

Cost

Free

Booking

No booking required, just turn up on the day

Natural & Biological Fungicides

Presentation & discussion on Botryzen’s natural crop fungicides.
Made in Dunedin, initiated by Plant & Food Research, it became the first biological
product utilising a living organism to be manufactured and available in New Zealand, and possibly worldwide.
Register by email for a zoom meeting link.

Natural & Biological Fungicides

Presentation & discussion on Botryzen’s natural crop fungicides.
Made in Dunedin, initiated by Plant & Food Research, it became the first biological
product utilising a living organism to be manufactured and available in New Zealand, and possibly worldwide.
Register by email for a zoom meeting link.

AsureQuality MyOrganics Webinar session

Join us for an exclusive webinar series introducing the enhanced MyOrganics system! Following our recent communication regarding the upcoming re-launch, we are excited to present two introductory webinars. These sessions are crafted to swiftly familiarise you with the upgraded functionalities, ensuring a seamless transition to completing tasks online.

Date

2 May to 2 May 2024

12PM to 1PM

Host

AsureQuality

Event Location

Zoom webinar

Address

Zoom
Auckland
1060

Phone

0272245746

Cost

Free

Booking

Use the booking link below

AsureQuality MyOrganics Webinar session

Join us for an exclusive webinar series introducing the enhanced MyOrganics system! Following our recent communication regarding the upcoming re-launch, we are excited to present two introductory webinars. These sessions are crafted to swiftly familiarise you with the upgraded functionalities, ensuring a seamless transition to completing tasks online.

Date

6 May to 6 May 2024

12PM to 1PM

Host

AsureQuality

Event Location

Zoom webinar

Address

Zoom
Auckland
1060

Phone

0272245746

Cost

Free

Booking

Use the booking link below

Edible Campus Walking Tour

Join us and our lovely guide Seamus as we take you on a lunch-hour walk around the campus where we will show you the best spots for foraging for edible fruits, herbs, nuts and berries.
🍋 🍏 🍓 🍐 🍂 🌳 🍄
Seamus works on UC’s Sustainability team as the Biodiversty Co-ordinator, and has years of experience working on the UC grounds team.
The walk will begin outside Cafe 1894 at 12pm and will end at Waiutuutu Community Garden just before 1pm.
If you can, stay for a cup of herbal tea in the garden afterwards 💚

Date

2 May 2024

12PM to 1PM

Host

UC Sustainability Office

Event Location

Outside cafe 1894, University of Canterbury

Address

University of Canterbury
Christchurch
8041

Cost

Free

Booking

No booking required, just turn up on the day

LIFT Library stall @ Lyttleton Farmers Market

Join Juliet and Pat, members of the LIFT Library team, to discuss why organic growing is essential to a resilient future.
Lyttelton Farmers Market is on Saturday, 4th May. Come find the LIFT Library stall at the market, with books to browse and borrow and information to take away.

About the Lyttelton LIFT Library:
The LIFT library is a diverse collection of resources to inform and empower change.
Juliet has over a thousand books on topics ranging from strengthening community, sustainability, food and gardening, caring for the environment, climate change, economics and politics, health (mind and body), local (Christchurch, Lyttelton, Banks Peninsula), and books for young readers and learners.
There are also DVDs and magazines on many of the same topics.

Date

4 May 2024

10AM to 12PM

Host

Project Lyttelton

Event Location

Lyttelton Farmers Market

Address

London St
Lyttelton
8082

Booking

No booking required, just turn up on the day

Lyttelton Discussion Group – Why We Need an Organic Future & Supper

Join us as we watch a talk by Vandana Shiva via YouTube ”Why we Need an Organic Future’ followed by panel-led discussion.

The panel will comprise local people from Otautahi who are working in the regenerative and organic sector (TBC).

Supper to follow.

Date

1 May to 1 May 2024

7PM to 9PM

Host

Lyttelton Resilience

Event Location

Union Chapel

Address

40 Winchester St
Lyttelton
8082

Booking

Please register via email

Project Lyttelton Community Garden Open Day

Join the gardeners and learn how they compost shared green waste from the Farmers Market and other places. Stay for a shared lunch with the gardeners and Project Lyttelton team

Thanks to Marx Design for their contribution to Organic Week 2023