Membership Call out and Other news

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MEMBERSHIP AT WAIKATO ENVIRONMENT CENTRE

This is a call out to all our email subscribers asking for you to support our work by subscribing to the Waikato Environment Centre. By becoming a member of the Environment Centre, you are able to take advantange of 10% discount on most in store products including our workshops. 

Kaivolution Food Rescue, is one of our latest and greatest projects. Since its inception in October 2014, Kaivolution has rescued close to 40 tonnes of food, redistributing it to charities in Hamilton, Ngaruawahia, Huntly, Morrinsville, Te Awamutu and Tokoroa.

You can now recycle your Electronic Waste at the Centre.  By choosing to recycle your E-Waste with us you will be supporting local jobs, and ensuring that electronic waste is ethically recycled to Ministry for Environment standards.

 By becoming a member of the Environment Centre, you will directly be contributing to the ongoing success of these important projects and also to the team of staff and volunteers.

Thank you in advance for your membership

Membership Form 2015:

Waikato Environment Centre      GST # 83 829 095            

Register online   http://www.envirocentre.org.nz/register/

Or pay directly to our account:

Westpac  Hamilton  03 0318 0776781 00   Waikato Environment Centre                                                                              

Address for Cheques :

P O Box 19 104, Hamilton                                                                                                                                           

Type of membership:   

  • Unwaged        $15.00
  • Individual        $35.00            
  • Group             $80.5 (inc GST $10.50)
  • Corporate       $230.00 (inc GST $30)

 

CALL OUT FOR CURTAINS

It’s getting colder and our curtain stock is the lowest ever. If you have any curtains to recycle we would love to have them in store to help out others before the colder winter days.

For those of you that have the time and inclination try making the KUME curtain (requires no sewing) and is a great insulation project.

Have a look at this link http://www.kumeproject.com/about-Kume-curtains.html

BREAKTHROUGH TO WELLBEING

Please find attached our new Hamilton ‘Breakthrough to Wellbeing’ flier.

An excellent free 8 week course designed to support, equip and empower tangata whaiora to live well in the presence or absence of a mental health issue.

Break Through to Wellbeing Hamilton-1.pdf

WAIKATO BOTANICAL SOCIETY

Sunday May 10, searching for a rare bracket fungis with Landcare fungal expert Peter Buchanan. The trip will involve stopping periodically along Kaimango Road (south of Kawhia Rd) and searching Pukatea trees on conservation land for signs of the fungis - a good trip for general exploration and botanizing.

For those departing from Hamilton we will meet at the Landcare carpark for a departure at 9 am on Sunday. The final meeting point will be at the intersection of Kaimango Road and State Highway 31 (Kawhia Road) at 10 am.

More details at http://waikatobotsoc.org.nz/?tribe_events=awaroa-ganoderma-hunt

Contact Mike Clearwater or Thomas Emmitt if you are thinking of taking part so we can keep you up to date.

m.clearwater@waikato.ac.nz, 07 854 725907 854 7259 or 021 203 2902021 203 2902

Just released by our newsletter editor Susan Emmitt, the Waikato Botanical Society April Newsletter, nicely timed for our AGM. Highlights include the NZ Tree Project, Myriophyllum robustum, Te Reti trip report, plant identification Apps from Landcare Research, our latest Trip Program ...

Available at: http://waikatobotsoc.org.nz/?page_id=17

WAIKATO TIMEBANK

  1. Special welcome to new members

receiving this update for the first time!

timeban.pdf

 

THE FAIRFIELD PROJECT LATEST NEWS

Here it is the latest exciting news attached

fairfield.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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