Welcome to Ecoevents

Ecoevents connects Aucklanders to environmental events. This platform is provided by Auckland Council to support environmental action in the community.

Individuals and community groups can use Ecoevents to find, plan and promote community activities that support a healthy, sustainable environment.

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The EcoEvents team.

Upcoming events

Please contact the posting member organisation if you have any questions

8:00am             12:00pm
Recurring event

Parnell Farmers' Market

Every Saturday, Parnell Farmers' Market has a quality selection of fresh seasonal produce, brought to you by the producers themselves.

Parnell Farmers' Market is located in the Jubilee Building car park at 545 Parnell Road, Parnell between the library and museum.

9:30am
Sep
06
2014
12:30pm
Sep
06
2014

Kaipatiki Project Community Planting Day

Enjoy the great outdoors planting native trees - bring your family, school, club, church or workmates.

10:00am
Sep
06
2014
12:30pm
Sep
06
2014

Free composting courses - Takapuna

Funded by Auckland Council and delivered by Kaipatiki Project Environment Centre, these courses offer an introduction to the 3 basic composting systems: bin, worm-farm and Bokashi. Learn to minimise waste and turn it into useful compost in the garden.

9:00am             12:30pm
Recurring event

Grey Lynn Farmers Market

Fresh local produce and award winning artisan foods in the heart of Grey Lynn

8:00pm
Sep
10
2014
9:00pm
Sep
10
2014

Composting webinars - Worm-farming

Register for a free one-hour online seminar to learn about worm-farming.

6:30pm
Sep
11
2014
8:30pm
Sep
11
2014

Free composting courses - Three Kings

Funded by Auckland Council and delivered by Kaipatiki Project Environment Centre, these courses offer an introduction to the 3 basic composting systems: bin, worm-farm and Bokashi. Learn to minimise waste and turn it into useful compost in the garden.