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GREAT BARRIER ISLAND

Tuesday 27 JUNE, 5 - 7pm
(Food available from the Club kitchen 6 pm onwards)

Venue: Barrier Social Club, Tryphena

Entry: Koha appreciated
No prior registration necessary

Any further info, contact:  Joanna on 09 947 2121 (on-island internet
phone)


AUCKLAND

Sun 25 JUNE, 7 – 9pm
* Preceded by a pot-luck dinner (attendance optional) starting 6pm

Venue: EcoMatters, 1 Olympic Place, New Lynn

Entry:  $5-$15 sliding scale
To Book:  Register your name through:  www.kaiwhau.org.nz  Payment at
door.

Any further info, contact: Emily Harris  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Ph
027 630 1785
Co-hosted by EcoMatters & Kai Whau
www.ecomatters.org.nz; www.kaiwhau.org.nz

NEW PLYMOUTH

Sun 2 JULY, 7 - 9pm
Potluck dinner & Seedswap 6 - 7pm (arrive 5.30pm+)

Venue: Beach Street Hall, Corner Beach St & Devon St East

Entry (income-based sliding scale):  $5 - $10
No prior registration necessary Contact:  Jayne:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Ph 021 035 1011
Hosted by:  Seedsavers Taranaki

WHANGANUI

Tues 3rd JULY, 6 – 8pm (arrive 5.30 for a cuppa)

Venue: Confluence, Top Floor, 15 Watt Street

Entry: Koha (contribution towards film)

Any further info, contact:  Kevin Double  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Ph
(06) 2813474


OTAKI
Wed 5 JULY, 3.30 – 8pm

3.30 – 5.30pm ‘Growing Schools’ series, featuring Otaki schools.  
Children welcome.
5.45 – 6.30pm Pot-luck dinner (optional) – bring food to share
6.30 – 8pm SOS documentary

Venue: Memorial Hall (supper room), Main Road

Entry: Koha
No registration necessary Any further info,  contact:  Moko Morris   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Ph
021 1479298
Hosted by: Waka Kai Ora

KAPITI COAST

Thurs 6 July, 7 – 9pm

SOS: Save Our Seeds + exerts from ‘Growing Schools’ documentary
featuring Te Ra school

Venue: Te Ra School, 89 Poplar Ave Raumati South

Entry:  $5-$15  (sliding scale)
No registration necessary

Any further info, contact:  Doris Zuhr  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Ph
027-2811570

 

WELLINGTON

Mon 10 JULY, 7 – 9pm

Sustainability Trust, Forresters Lane (off Tory St)

Entry (income-based sliding scale):  $5-$20
No registration necessary

Any further info, contact: Ross Inness-McLeish  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   
Ph 0210311581

 

LOWER HUTT

Sun 9 JULY, 5 – 9pm (double feature)

5.00 - 6.30  Growing Schools series, featuring Epuni School
6.30 – 7.15pm  Affordable yummy dinner -  a fundraiser for ‘Urban Kai’
SOS: Save Our Seeds documentary 7.15 – 8.45pm

The ReMakery,
310 Waiwhetu Road, Epuni
LOWER HUTT

Entry: $10 (includes food)  Children free (food $5)

Contact:  Julia Milne.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Ph 0273723385

http://www.commonunityproject.org.nz/
https://www.facebook.com/commonunitynz/



perrenial paradise launch poster Christchurch NZ

Booking: https://www.facebook.com/pg/thelocalisingfoodproject/events/


Entry by Koha

This Film tells the inspirational story of communities in action planting fruit and nut trees in a wide variety of public spaces and degraded landscapes.

06:00: Bring food to share for potluck dinner. Drinks available for purchase from the bar.
07:00: Launch Perennial Paradise.

Journey with us across the country, experiencing heritage harvest festivals and open orchards in the Deep South, through edible urban landscapes in earthquake damaged Canterbury to lush sub-tropical food forests in the Far North.

Learn how this movement is seeding multi-generational solutions for our food and preserving heritage fruit varieties that connect our past with future generations.

Book Now: https://www.facebook.com/pg/thelocalisingfoodproject/events/

Rich Humphreys Rich Humphreys (Christchurch) – specializes in online interactive trans-media experiences; does a wide range of documentary production for Broadcast in New Zealand and abroad – lifestyle, magazine, action sports, news, reality programs, community, corporate and arts-based digital media projects. www.evisionz.tv. Our ‘Fruit & Nuts Unlimited’ documentary producer.


You can now help us make this documentary a reality - SOS Save Our Seeds!
Please visit our Pledge Me Crowdfunding Campaign, and check out the awesome rewards when you pledge..

 

S.O.S.- Save Our Seeds Documentary In New Zealand, over the last three years, on both on a neighbourhood and regional level, the Localising Food Project has captured dynamic video footage of inspirational models of seed swaps, seed exchanges, seed libraries, seed banks, and family seed businesses. From this material, we are making an educational documentary that teaches how to replicate these systems in your own area, and what you need to know in order to save seed, to ensure its survival for us and for the wellbeing of our children’s children. The documentary will describe the simplest to the more technical aspects of seed saving and will guide you step by step in selecting plants for seed, followed by how to harvest, process and store your seed. S.O.S. seeks to empower people to have full choice about the quality of their food, starting with the seed it comes from. You have the opportunity to play your part as seedsavers - Now!

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