Conscious local action towards a sustainable future for the Earth
Sustainable Whanganui Trust wants the whole community to flourish in these changing and challenging times.
We have resources (and considerable collective wisdom) to help our community become
more self-sufficient and live sustainably and creatively.
Our resources page is a good place to start.
Youth leadership Otaki Summer Camp 17-20 January 2020 is for people aged 17 to 30 with an interest in politics, justice, equality and the environment.read more
“It’s official – we all knew it but now we can tell the world that Whanganui really is New Zealand’s most beautiful city.”read more
A great new local ReSource directory of all things we can ReDuce, ReUse, ReCycle and be ReEducated about.read more
The good folk at Confluence have organised this fundraiser movie screening for Green Bikes! Thursday 5 December, doors open 6pm at Confluence.read more
10 December – expect an interesting presentation from Richard Thompson of MacBlack Timber. (At Stellar of course!)read more
Sustainable Whanganui will be there with eco-friendly giveaways.read more
Proudly run by volunteers! We aim to keep the WhEB and ReUse Academy open Mon – Fri 10am-4pm and Sat 10am-12pm. Green Bikes is open Fri 10am-4pm.