Teina Tangimetua, community gardener at EcoMatters and Hope Community Garden.

Kai in the Whau: Then and Now


FreeAccessibleWest Auckland
Date

Saturday 30 September, 2pm-3pm

Venue

Avondale Library

93 Rosebank Road, Avondale

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Cost

Free

Enquiries

No bookings required

Website

aucklandlibraries.govt.nz

Details

Share stories of the Whau area's history as a food basket and learn about the current community-led movement back towards food localisation.

Kai Whau is a programme funded by the Whau Local Board to support the development of community-led local food initiatives that connect and strengthen communities across the area.

Kai in the Whau: Then and Now is a short film that has been produced under the Kai Whau programme.

The film shares stories of Whau's history as a food basket of the Auckland region and also the community-led initiatives driving a shift back towards local production and distribution of food in the area.





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