Beautiful Gardens of Wānaka is carbon neutral and regenerative. Here is how.
For a year now, I have been networking and sharing the idea of creating a new attractive land zoning for landowners to create Biodiversity and Community Enhancing Parks and Corridors. Here is an update on the project. I now hope to find momentum and create change. Let me know how you can help me makeContinue reading “Regenerative Land Zoning Proposal”
It was an honour to present to the community our Regenerative vision of Parks and Corridors that enhance biodiversity and community wellbeing/resilience (12 pages) in the panel “Living it” at the Back to Life hui Tuesday 26 October. It was well received and connections were made to explore further. Exciting times ahead! The next day,Continue reading “WAO summit week”
Te Kakano is a community-based nursery that grows and plants native trees to add to the biodiversity and beauty of our community and to offset carbon emissions. Te Kakano volunteers have planted 38,000 trees since 2011! It costs $10 per tree: Most trees need to stay at the nursery for 2-3 years before planted –>Continue reading “Will you add a tree with your booking?”
Did you know Wānaka Library holds a local Seeds Library? The Seed Library is open to all so come on in and browse our collection of herb, flower and vegetable seeds during regular library hours. Borrow what you need, grow, collect seeds and then return seeds for others to borrow and to help keep theContinue reading “Wānaka Seed Library @ Wānaka Library”
As part of our post-covid recovery, more than 30 persons from the tourism industry in Upper Clutha, including several Lake Wānaka Tourism staff, participated in the Back to Life programme. This means many key players now have a deep understanding of and a bright desire to create a regenerative tourism activity in our region. “BackContinue reading “Regenerative Tourism Offering”