Our vision is that Whaingaroa is an environmentally sustainable, healthy and resilient community.
You’ll find us in the Town Hall on Raglan’s main street. We have a range of information displayed on local environmental issues, promote environmentally sustainable practices in our community and deliver environmental education programmes and workshops.
Come and get involved, meet people, help us make a difference to our environment and the well-being of our community.
Find out more about our awesome projects and the upcoming events in and around Whaingaroa/Raglan.
Meet some of our partner organisations and people who support our environmental projects.
Sun 3 June 2018
9.30am - 10.30Am
Raglan Crop Swap!
Come down the Raglan Bowling Club to join the Crop Swap and celebrate the abundance of local kai in Whaingaroa! Bring anything home made or home grown to swap. Set up from 9.30am.
sat 9th June 2018
9am - 11am
Community Gardens working bee
Our gardens have been producing so much food! Over winter we're going to focus on keeping the plots in shipshape so we're ready to leap into spring plantings. Join us on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month - behind the Police station on Wii Neera street. This month we'll be focussing on weeding/maintenance and sowing garlic and broad beans.
Join the Whaingaroa Community Gardens
We coordinate the community gardens in Raglan to ensure this community space (and the plants within it) flourishes.
We take every opportunity to enable our community to access healthy sustainable organic food.
Regular gatherings enable community connection and sharing of abundance through exchange of homegrown or homemade goods.