Conventional compost, hot compost, Bokashi bins, worm farms . . . with so many different ways to compost organic matter it can be difficult to make sure you’re getting it all right. Worm farming, also called ‘vermiculture’ or ‘vermicomposting,’ is a method of composting using worms, traditionally tiger worms in New Zealand. This compost […]
The Waiheke Resources Trust believes Waiheke can be a true model of sustainability, where living sustainably is the norm.
Project Little Oneroa
The Little Oneroa Stream is polluted with E.coli bacteria. The Waiheke community are working to learn why and what we can do to change that.
Kai Conscious Waiheke is about reducing household food waste. We ask Waihekean's to have an awareness of their food waste.
At the Waiheke Resources Trust we love to create opportunities for our community to connect & learn so we offer loads of free workshops throughout the year aiming to build a more resilient & sustainable community.
Food waste reduction - wetland restoration - composting - volunteering - septic tank health - water sensitive design - waterless composting toilets - honey wraps - movie nights & compost cafes are just some of the workshops & events we have held in 2016. Watch this space for more awesome up coming events to help you live more gently on the earth!
Currently, the Waiheke Resources Trust is actively engaged in these 13 of the 17 UN Sustainability Development Goals.