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Invitation to the Ministry of Health's Health of Older People meetings.

Please see attached

Hamilton elder.pdf

Message from Hamilton Organic Gardeners

I've put the link to the organic options for controlling grass grubs on the Facebook page. We talked about this at the meeting. Grass grubs are the probable cause of scabby skin on apples.

Here's a link to  help you identify garden problems too:

http://www.kiwicare.co.nz/help/problems-garden/

Thanks for the likes. .

Happy Organic Gardening.

Joy

 

WAIKATO BOTANICAL SOCIETY WELCOME NEW MEMBERS

DETAILS OF THEIR NEXT TRIP AS FOLLOWS

12th March 2016 - Hebe Speciosa site North of Aotea Harbour

Leader: Mike Paviour Ph: 027 801 9452027 801 9452,

Email: mpaviour@doc.govt.nz

Rocky coastline north of Aotea Harbour, accessed over private farmland.

You need a four wheel drive to get across the farm so numbers are needed, as are four wheel drives.

Meet:  South Western End of Phillips Road, North Side of Aotea Harbour at 10 AM.Â

Please let Mike know that you are coming so we can arrange car poolling with four-wheel drive vehicles to the site.

Grade: Hard. The site is quite challenging as there is steep gullies, climbing, small streams, a real adventure that people need to be relatively fit for and not too creaky.

Bring: Bring sturdy foot wear, clothing that you can climb through bush, streams and steep areas, and whatever the weather is forecasting.

Kerry Jones

027 747 0733027 747 0733

 

UPCOMING PERMACULTURE EVENTS

Study Permaculture Design in the BOP

You no longer have to be lonely online or leave the Bay of Plenty toearn your Permaculture Design Certificate. Attending one Saturday per month, this modular format allows the knowledge to sink in, spreads out the fees, and gives you ample time to create your first design project. The next year long program starts 28 May. Save $150 by registering before 29 March. Find out more at: www.PlentyPermaculture.co.nz

 

And a heads up for an April event:

A whole bunch of you built a cob cottage in January, and its been settling and drying since. The first two weekends in April should be the perfect time to apply the finishing plasters and the electrics. Come be a part of the Natural Finishings Workshop on 2,3,9 or 10th of April. Contact Tess for full details: info@craftygatherer.co.nz

 

MAORI ARTS & CRAFTS WANANGA

SITUATIONS VACANT

Please find attached job descriptions for two positions at Methodist City Action.

 

Brain Gym Plus Facilitator p1.pdf

ART CLASS Facilitator job description p1-3.pdf



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