We are growing local food resilience through the celebration and engagement in growing kai
We take every opportunity to enable our community to access healthy sustainable organic food.
3 Wi Neera St, Raglan 3225
2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month
9:30 – 10:30am.
All welcome, kids love it too!
We’d love to grow food with you!
We provide access to a large range of tools for families and community groups to borrow.
The response has been incredibly positive and we have seen numerous trees planted and new garden beds dug!
Thanks to the support of our sponsors Meridian Energy and Waikato District Council Raglan Community Board we have a library of tools to lend for your next backyard or community project. We want to help everyone get there garden started!
Pop in and see us at the WEC centre to borrow tools for your next project.
Tamariki Mahi Maara –
Our educators have been teaching students at Te Mata and Waitetuna schools about environmental sustainability through the hands on experience of creating edible school gardens.
Tamariki Mahi Maara has had a hugely successful year; students have been relishing trying new healthy foods they have grown in their garden, they proudly take home bags of fresh vegetables to their families and are inspired to connect with, and care for, their environment.
This project has reached beyond our garden, inspiring other gardens in the wider school. Teachers are eager to incorporate growing food into classroom learning and students have been excited to take their new gardening skills home.