RECAP

Community Organisation

RECAP
n/a. Board meetings held at the Ashhurst Library.
262 days ago

Summer Pruning Workshop, Ashhurst.

Helen King from RECAP

Facilitated by Ashhurst local Phil Stevens from Slow Farm this workshop will focus on the how, why and what of summer pruning and give you the opportunity to get familiar with your loppers, get stuck in and have a go! We will talk about shaping, keeping size under control and encouraging
fruit … View more
Facilitated by Ashhurst local Phil Stevens from Slow Farm this workshop will focus on the how, why and what of summer pruning and give you the opportunity to get familiar with your loppers, get stuck in and have a go! We will talk about shaping, keeping size under control and encouraging
fruit production. Please bring loppers, and saw of cutters if you have them, and a pen and paper. A full water bottle and gumboots are recommended.

Registrations essential. Please go to recap.org.nz...

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299 days ago

Permaculture Introductory Module offered by RECAP in Ashhurst.

Helen King from RECAP

Permaculture Introductory Module.

As a ‘taster’ for those who just want a basic introduction to permaculture RECAP is offering an introductory model which will take place over two days. You will be introduced to permaculture ethics and principals over the first day and landscape and site … View more
Permaculture Introductory Module.

As a ‘taster’ for those who just want a basic introduction to permaculture RECAP is offering an introductory model which will take place over two days. You will be introduced to permaculture ethics and principals over the first day and landscape and site assessment over the second. Permaculture is a creative design process for gardening, farming, landscaping and social aspects of our lives, which takes into account all aspects of a site, and uses design principles and ethics to guide our decisions. This is great opportunity to familiarise yourself with these ideas and concepts. From this there is the option to complete a PiNZ accredited PDC course.
Dates: Permaculture Principals and Ethics, Saturday 16th February 9am-5pm at Ashhurst VVC
Landscape and Site assessment, Saturday 2nd March, 9am-5pm at Ashhurst VVC
Cost: $80 per person
Contact: To register or express interest email kirsty@recap.org.nz

327 days ago

Permaculture Design Course

Jane Evans from RECAP

RECAP is taking expressions of interest from anyone interested in taking our Permaculture Design Course in Ashhurst. Please visit our website for details or email kirsty@recap.org.nz

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372 days ago

Free movie -Ashhurst - "Seed - The Untold Story"

Jane Evans from RECAP

You are invited to a film on Tuesday November 13th in Ashhurst.
St Mary's Church Hall, Cambridge Ave.
6.30pm for a seed/seedling/cutting swap, a cup of tea and then this amazing movie.
Entry by koha.
Enquiries to jane@recap.org.nz.

This documentary follows passionate seed keepers … View more
You are invited to a film on Tuesday November 13th in Ashhurst.
St Mary's Church Hall, Cambridge Ave.
6.30pm for a seed/seedling/cutting swap, a cup of tea and then this amazing movie.
Entry by koha.
Enquiries to jane@recap.org.nz.

This documentary follows passionate seed keepers who are protecting a 12,000 year-old food legacy. In the last century, 94 seed varieties have disappeared. A cadre of 10 agrichemical companies, including Syngenta, Bayer, and Monsanto, controls over two-thirds of the global seed market, reaping unprecedented profits. Farmers and others battle to defend the future of our food.

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487 days ago

Soap Making workshops August 4th

Jane Evans from RECAP

You are invited to register for a 2-hour soap making workshop in the beautiful Pohangina Valley at Kereru Natural Body Care and Essential Oils. There are two workshops - 9.30am or 1.30pm.
You will get to make two types of soap to take home with Bev who has been running this wonderful business … View more
You are invited to register for a 2-hour soap making workshop in the beautiful Pohangina Valley at Kereru Natural Body Care and Essential Oils. There are two workshops - 9.30am or 1.30pm.
You will get to make two types of soap to take home with Bev who has been running this wonderful business since 1988.
Each workshop is just $15 pp and include tutoring and materials. Numbers are strictly limited, please register on our website recap.org.nz so you don't miss out!

recap.org.nz

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