Ko te whakamana hāpori tō mātou aronga.
E hiahia ana te Tarati o Sustainable Whanganui kia whakapuāwai te hāpori i roto i te aohurihuri nei me ngā pekeheke o te wā. He maha ō mātou rauemi, he kāhui tāngata mārama hoki kia tiaki hei hāpori tū ora, kia waewae hūrokuroku, kia ringa auaha.
Tirohia tō mātou whārangi rauemi mo ngā whakatika me ngā kōrero whakatohutohu.
Get traps and advice from us at the WhEB on Wednesdays 10-3
Hidden around Whanganui are 5 junk monsters can you help us find them?
Exciting stuff – you can look up info, and contribute to, a Whanganui website cataloguing ALL people places activities events and “things environmental”.
Yesss! At the WhEB we now have 8 eco-friendly products at our Refill Station: dish, laundry, hand, surface, hair cleaning; bicarb of soda and white vinegar
HUNGRY BIN worm farms for sale at the WhEB. Designed and made in New Zealand – these are highly efficient, convenient and they can process up to 2 kilos of food scraps per day!
We’re open Tuesday afternoons 1-5pm – please check the Whanganui Green Bikes FB page for updates. Volunteers welcome!
At the Learning Environment – 7 March from 10-2
Monday 11 March 6.30-9pm. Refreshments, Guest Speaker, highlights from our year, but no elections!
@ The Barracks 5.30pm for a 6pm start. Anthonie Tonnon will provide an update on public transport in town!
Coming in hot! Whanganui 20 March and Ohakune 17 April.
First Thursday of each month at 5.30pm at Te Ao Hou Marae, 356A Somme Parade. Bring a plate and meet some neighbours!
Remember Unity Food is open every Friday at 235 Wicksteed St from 3-4pm. Take a bag and grab some free kai for the whanau.