It’s always exciting to see what the Hākari fairies have dropped off in the night time…It’s like every day is Christmas on Renown Road!
Spring! The busiest time in the garden as we’re doing most of the hard work sowing the seeds and planting for produce that will see us through summer. Tomatoes picked from the vine, salads coming straight from the garden – and oh my, those strawberries! But how many of us have tried to sow…… Continue reading Sowing Seeds – Sounds Easy… — Mo’s Green Corner
On Saturday, most of us all got together for a nice little pot luck, a sneak peak of some home brew and good times. It was great to get together, catchup and have a bit of social fun times. Here’s a few snaps of our night… via Social Gathering for Gabes Gold Nuggets — gabesgoldnuggets
Who’d like to win a set of three reusable produce bags, courtesy of Rethink? Share your best tip for avoiding single-use plastic in the comments below and we’ll include the top responses in the next issue of On To It. Single use plastics, such as supermarket bags, are one of the big waste issues of…… Continue reading Rethink and win
Having just written about the ecological impact of fish (eating them, that is), it seems like a good time to take a look at the average New Zealand ecological footprint. Each aspect of your footprint can be expressed as global hectares (gha). A gha is a unit of Earth’s ability to produce resources or absorb…… Continue reading New Zealand’s ecological footprint, or why local food matters even more than you thought