Kaipātiki Project Environment Centre

Community Organisation

Kaipātiki Project Environment Centre
17 Lauderdale Road
Birkdale
Auckland 0626
22 days ago

Register your Event for EcoFest North 2020

The Team from Kaipātiki Project Environment Centre

Have an event in mind you'd like to run? Register it today and include it to the programme. We aim for a diverse, innovative and inspiring programme of events. Final selection of events for inclusion is at the discretion of EcoFest North team.
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Or contact … View more
Have an event in mind you'd like to run? Register it today and include it to the programme. We aim for a diverse, innovative and inspiring programme of events. Final selection of events for inclusion is at the discretion of EcoFest North team.
Fill the form engage.ubiquity.co.nz...
Or contact event@kaipatiki.org.nz
Saturday 21 March - Sunday 19 April 2020
A fantastic annual festival filled with environmental events, activities and sustainable living actions. Taking place across North Auckland, EcoFest North has been successfully running since 2013. At the same time, EcoMatters is hosting EcoFest West, and together we are creating Auckland's biggest environmental festival, #EcoFest 2020!

To inspire and empower people to share in nature’s revival and live lightly on this planet, we are spreading this message beyond our back yard and our community’s backyards. Through education, hands-on involvement and experiential activities, together we can affect behaviour change in our daily lives.
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123 days ago

Soap making for beginners

The Team from Kaipātiki Project Environment Centre

Learn how to make fresh, allergy-free and non-toxic, pure soap products. This is a hands-on course that will leave you feeling very nurtured and satisfied that you will be able to produce excellent, healthy products for your family’s health. Not to be missed!
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128 days ago

Hands on ecology

Kowhai Makau from Kaipātiki Project Environment Centre

Hands on Ecology FREE course consists of three-hour classes once a week for nine weeks. Classes take place mainly in the forest as students are introduced to different aspects of New Zealand’s unique ecology.
From stream care to plant identification Hands on Ecology is of interest to those who… View more
Hands on Ecology FREE course consists of three-hour classes once a week for nine weeks. Classes take place mainly in the forest as students are introduced to different aspects of New Zealand’s unique ecology.
From stream care to plant identification Hands on Ecology is of interest to those who are wanting to learn about our distinctive land. We take all comers from new migrants to conservation professionals and love sharing our appreciation of nature with all.

Hands on Ecology will upskill those working on restoration projects, pest management and plant nursery work.

This is our regular and a very popular course that inspired many participants to expand their home gardens, change the way they live and even share their acquired knowledge with their local community.

As part of this course, we can support your enrolment and learn towards a FREE Horticulture Level 3 Certification through Open Polytechnic, in this scenario you must attend each class, otherwise pick available dates in the registration form.

143 days ago

Kombucha Workshop

Kowhai Makau from Kaipātiki Project Environment Centre

Activate your gut to absorb more nutrients with this refreshing and fizzing delight. An informative workshop to improve your health and enrich your life.
Learning the art of successfully keeping a healthy Kombucha Scoby is the beginning of a life-transforming attitude towards a healthy gut. These … View more
Activate your gut to absorb more nutrients with this refreshing and fizzing delight. An informative workshop to improve your health and enrich your life.
Learning the art of successfully keeping a healthy Kombucha Scoby is the beginning of a life-transforming attitude towards a healthy gut. These fermented drinks contain beneficial enzymes and nutrients that improve digestion and boost your beneficial gut flora and immunity.
In this in-depth class, you will learn how to be your own therapeutic kitchen master, learning to make this nutritious drink with delicious flavours.
Participants receive their own SCOBY, starter liquid and a handout with brewing instructions to take home. Bring a jar!

Registrations close on Thursday 10 October.

Tutor: Julie Craig
Julie is a tutor, author and columnist who is passionate about living sustainably in Auckland’s urban environment. A horticulturally trained, historic food practitioner, Julie is the Wild Crafter that weaves together the classes for the Oak and Thistle team. Specialising in teaching food initiatives, brewing, foraging, making medicine and household products, Julie is passionate about fostering strong communities through bartering, sharing and teaching.

Terms and Conditions:

Course registration closes 24 hours before the course starts, unless it is full prior to this. Therefore please book early to avoid disappointment. We do not accept walk-ins on the day for our courses. Please register and pay before the start of the course.

Refund Policy – Courses

If you cancel a course booking five (5) days before the start of the course, we will give you a full refund.
If you cancel a course booking between five (5) days and one (1) day before the start of a course, we will give you a 50% refund.
If you cancel your booking on the day of the course, you are not entitled to a refund.

Contact community@kaiptaiki.org.nz to cancel a course.

Cancellations

Kaipatiki Project reserves the right to cancel any course at any time. We will endeavour to give you as much notice as possible before we cancel a course. If we cancel a course, you will receive a full refund.
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150 days ago

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Kowhai Makau from Kaipātiki Project Environment Centre

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