Planting fruit trees with lots of aroha (love) – that’s the mission of two Enviroschools coordinators on the East Coast of the North Island. Kirsty Gaddum and Kauri Forno have brought together teachers, children and some special helpers for a hui (gathering) to begin planting a food forest at Waikirikiri Bilingual School, aiming to teach the tamariki (children) exactly where their kai (food) comes from. To find out more about Enviroschools, visit this website: