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Kaipātiki Project Wins Mayoral Conservation Award For Collaboration

Wednesday, 2 December 2020, 5:23 pm | Kaipatiki Project

Kaipātiki Project, a local environmental group gets recognised at Mayoral Conservation Awards 2020 In a company of amazing volunteers, community groups, Auckland Local Boards’ representatives, former Auckland Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse and Auckland ... More >>

Movember Meets Mulch To Raise Awareness For Men's Health

Monday, 16 November 2020, 10:33 am | Kaipatiki Project

Kaipātiki Project has teamed up with Nick Molcsan, a young Project Manager with a vision, for an unusual mission connecting Movember with Mulch! As an environmental organisation, Kaipātiki Project can provide as much mulch as Nick and his mates ... More >>

Despite The Challenges Of 2020, A Local Community EnviroHub Kaipātiki Project Is Thriving

Monday, 2 November 2020, 4:01 pm | Kaipatiki Project

Newfound passion for nature and the need for food security and zero waste, are just some of the trends that Kaipātiki Project EnviroHub noticed in its community post NZ lockdowns. With 41,000+ native plants grown in 2020 alone and 16 part-time staff ... More >>

Local Native Plant Nursery Brings Community Back To Christmas. In August!

Monday, 3 August 2020, 3:05 pm | Kaipatiki Project

Kaipātiki Project are gearing up for their first annual Christmas Tree planting day on Saturday, 22 August at the North Shore’s Eskdale Reserve. This doesn’t mean they are flooding the reserve with tinsel draped pine trees, but instead planting ... More >>

How to give a gift that won’t end up in a landfill

Thursday, 21 November 2019, 3:38 pm | Kaipatiki Project

In making sure that gifting season doesn’t turn into a wasteful season this year, here’s a thoughtful gift without giving to landfill. More >>

Community Zero waste hui and awards

Thursday, 11 July 2019, 2:56 pm | Kaipatiki Project

It’s back to the future for Auckland’s zero waste movement, with the 2019 Zero Waste Hui and Awards taking place on the 18th of July at Smales Farm, Takapuna. This year the theme is “Back to the Future”: drawing on the practices of our ancestors ... More >>