Tag: Local

Food Talks – Manaaki Whenua

On March 18th Food Talks hosted Severine Von Tscharner Fleming and Wendy McWilliam to share their experience, knowledge and thoughts about how we can hold a relationship with our whenua that invites wellbeing at an ecosystem level, and what change that might invite into our lives. Wendy McWilliam is a landscape ecologist, landscape architect and…

22 April 2019 0 comments

School Gardening Hui – March 2019

School Gardening Hui’s are so much fun 🙂 There is no better place to come together than at New Brighton Community Garden!! On Tuesday 26th March we invited preschool, primary and secondary school educators and people from within the food resilience space to come together to share time, kai and knowledge. We had held a…

30 March 2019 0 comments

Roimata Food Commons

Roimata Food Commons is a community and food resilience project in Woolston, Christchurch. It started in 2017 with the planting of 60+ heritage fruit and nut trees and over 500 South Island endemic native trees, shrubs and grasses. The orchard areas are slowly transitioning into food forest based systems that will include a multitude of…

The Addington Farm

Here at The Addington Farm we are all about three things: produce, place and people. Produce: At our farm we grow veges. Nutrient rich and locally grown produce is the key to a healthy city. Not only are locally grown vegetables tasty and nutritious, they’re also friendlier to our environment than imported or long hauled…

Linwood Community Gardens

We are a community centre with an establish community garden, a Menz shed, a community shed and a community house. The gardens are looked after by a co-ordinator and a diverse group of volunteers of all ages and abilities. The gardens have fruit trees, herb gardens and shared communal vegetable beds and individual allotment gardens…

Food Talks – Permaculture

In February we gathered again, this time for our first official Food Talks event, around the idea of Permaculture. We were lucky enough to have Hamish Duff (Educator, Futurist and Food Resilience Network Committee member) join us to tell us the story of the continuing journey to create a permaculture system on the land that…

30 March 2019 0 comments

Piko Wholefoods

We sell healthy food! Organic, local, bulk fill your own… we do what we can to provide the best options available! Always striving to support small suppliers, and our customers too. We are a low profit charitable trust and we make donations to community ventures. Buying your groceries at Piko has a wider impact!

Welles Street

Your inner city local pub is located in the back streets of South Town – an emerging new neighbourhood of the CBD, simply named after its location, Welles Street has 24 beers on tap, Mediterranean inspired pub fare, live music, sports and with its north facing beer garden, it casually celebrates and embraces drinking, eating,…

Earl

Your inner city local bistro, Earl, strikes the right chord with its food-centric wine bar, bringing the welcoming fine casual dining lifestyle to Christchurch. Earl is a friendly all-day venue that’s laid back while still delivering an around-the-clock sense of occasion.

Ooooby Christchurch

We deliver weekly fresh, local and organic food boxes to your door, or workplace and pay fair prices to small-scale farmers. Our mission is to put local small-scale sustainable farming back at the heart of the food system we all depend on. Buying food from our local growers and communities encourages a healthy, seasonal diet,…

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