This year Kiwis are being encouraged to grow-an-extra-row to share with neighbours, community pantries, food banks and other local food donation agencies.
Backyard and communal edible gardens not only provide healthy, sustainable and tasty kai, they also create greater food resiliency within our hapori.
Anyone know if this cat has a home? Someone's definitely feeding it outside. Moturoa Street Thorndon.
- Lunchboxes coming home empty (or at least not full)
- Packing food that nourishes
- Having relaxed family meals
- Happily tasting and adding new foods
These are all attainable goals for most families and most children.
Even if your child is an extremely selective eater, older or has additional challenges, there are many things we can implement that will enable you to see progress.
Jumping in now before the madness of return to school or kindy is a great idea.
Let’s have a no-cost initial chat and evaluate what your child’s specific eating challenges are and figure out which of our family-friendly, budget-kind programs is a fit.
Robert Mackenzie from Upper Hutt is the proud owner of Miley Belle and Molly.
"Here are two of our retired cats, Miley Belle on the lefty and Molly on the right.
Their motto is Monday to Friday we do nothing and Saturday and Sunday we rest."
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