Permaculture Workshop: Small Animals & Orchard - Zone 2
Tutors: Liz Stanway and Rick Thorpe.
Delve into the ecology of plants and animals, plant selection and layouts for needs in relation to water, facilities, guilds and diversity. Cover the basics of planting and propagation as well as management for productivity and plant health. Learn how to best integrate with small animals (bees, poultry, pigs) along with their management and care.
When: Saturday 13 August; 9am-5pm
Fee: $135 (Discount available for WEC members).
This session can be attended as a workshop or be credited towards a Permaculture Design Certificate.
To find out more email email@example.com or call us on 839 4452.
Free DIY Workshop at Bunnings Te Rapa
2-3pm Saturday 23 July or Sunday 24 July
Does this sound like you?
- Is your home difficult to warm?
- Do you have a high power bill?
- Problems with dampness and condensation?
- Want to spend less on heating?
- Want to be more environmentally-friendly?
This workshop will give you sound advice to help you choose the most suitable DIY solution.
It’s all free and will even save you money in the future. This is too good to miss!
Just come along or if you need to know more contact Camilla or Tania on firstname.lastname@example.org
Electric Bike Workshop
- Learn about the benefits of electric bikes
- The pros and cons of buying a new electric bike versus converting your existing bike
- Evaluate whether your bike is suitable for converting to electric
- What the conversion process involves and what tools you need
- Doing your own conversion, versus getting expert help
- New electric bikes: An overview
- Test rides
Where: Waikato Environment Centre, 242 Peachgrove Road, Hamilton
When: July 25, 5:30 – 7:00pm
RSVP: By July 22 Email email@example.com
Pamela Storey is speaking at TedxRuakura
TEDxRuakura is just around the corner. The WEC Board of Trustees ‘ Chairperson, Pamela Storey, is among the speakers on 30 July.
Tickets to the Concert Chamber and Playhouse Theatre Live Stream are also selling fast so don't miss out! Get your tickets from Eventfinda, before they're all gone!
Waiwhakarekeke Natural Heritage Park planting morning
Saturday 30 July 2016
9am - midday
Meet in the car park on Brymer Road opposite the zoo.
Please RSVP by the end of Monday 25 June if you are intending to come along. It is really important to have an indication of numbers so that we know how many plants to have on site. We hope to be able to put 500 plants in the ground so we need a really good turn-out.
Bring a spade and gloves and wear study foot wear, warm clothes and wet weather gear if rain is forecast. Pop your gumboots in the car just in case some of us will be in wetter areas, and bring morning tea!
We’ll be asking you to sign in as you arrive as an H&S requirement. The sign-in will require your contact details and your next of kin contact details.