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|New Internationalist New Zealand|
New Internationalist magazine, the people, the ideas, the action in the fight for global justice.
Products: Suppliers of calendars, books, maps, music and Organic fairly traded t-shirts, tea and coffee.
Ordering: Buy online through the New Internationalist storefront on the OrganicMarket.co.nz.
Christchurch, New ZealandWebsite: www.organicmarket.co.nz
Postal: PO Box 35038 Christchurch, New Zealand
Books and other Information Clothing and Textiles Fair Trade Non-Profit Organisation
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|Sustainable Living Programme|
An independent community education programme developed since 2001 by local government and delivered through high schools and NGOs. Min of Env supporting development 2008 to reach more areas. Register at the informative website. Evening courses at many locations across NZ on simpler living with reduced environmental impact. Waste reduction, water efficiency, shopping choices, cut your power and motoring bills, how to start organic gardening.
National CoordinatorWebsite: www.sustainableliving.org.nz
Christchurch, New Zealand
Postal: PO Box 13121, Armagh Street Christchurch, New Zealand
Telephone: 3 960 2656
Courses/Education Non-Profit Organisation
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|Association of Biological Farmers|
An online communications platform for anyone interested in building nutrition and health back into their growing systems. The site contains resources, networking and a directory of services.
Join this exciting new step forward in agriculture!
Products: The site contains resources, opportunites for networking and a directory of services.
Havelock North, New ZealandEmail: email@example.com
Postal: PO Box 8657 Havelock North, New Zealand
Telephone: 274 523 900
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Canterbury Commercial Organics Group (CCOG)Run for and by organic farmers, processors and retailers. The CCOG vision is to expand the organic industry in the Canterbury region.
Mary RalstonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Back Track RD 12, Rakaia, New Zealand
Telephone: 3 302 9202
Christian Organic Gardening ClubThe Christian Organic Gardening Club accepts all members of good character,
regardless of beliefs. Our mission: To increase the health of ourselves and
the earth using organic practices. Meet: Third week end each month. A
member will host a Field Day Event at their home. We do a garden project.
Have a related lecture, enjoy a shared meal of produce from our gardens, and
share our plants. We also do community projects. Newsletter: Web sties,
contest, quiz questions, humour, a related write up, an editorial, and
discounts. Our goal: Share our love and knowledge. Location: Feilding and
surrounding areas. Learn and grow.
Rockey SmithEmail: email@example.com
6 Fergusson St. Feilding, New Zealand
Telephone: 6 329 6033 Fax: 6 329 329 6033
Earthcare Education AotearoaWhole Foods Handbook - guide to 120 basic products sold in organic shops. Background information on each food, nutrition profile, preparation instructions. Learn how to use unfamiliar products. Boosts health, sales and organics in NZ.
Ordering: To order, ring 03 525 8448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Prices: $5 single copy, $4.20 for 2-16 copies, $3.70 for 17+, plus postage.
Takaka, New ZealandEmail: email@example.com
Postal: P.O. Box 192 Takaka, New Zealand
Telephone: 3 525 8448
Books and other Information Non-Profit Organisation
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Brendan HoareEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Natural Sciences Unitech, Auckland, New Zealand
Postal: Private Bag 92025 Auckland, New Zealand
Telephone: 09 815 4321 x7294
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|Otepoti Urban Organics Network|
The Otepoti Urban Organics Network is based in Dunedin City and is focused on facilitating and fostering the production of organic food in the urban environment. Whether it be in your own back yard or a patch of unused land, email us to join the network and share info, resources, seeds, come to workshops, get help with your garden, etc. We focus on
-Sharing knowledge and experience about gardening in the local Dunedin climate
-Seed bank / seedling swaps etc.
-Sourcing of raw gardening materials such as seaweed, manure, other compostables, etc in a sustainable and efficient way.
-Occasional meetings with guest speakers, workshops etc.
-Quarterly newsletter with a seasonal focus
-seed exchange for vegetable varieties suited to the Otago and Southland bioregion
-Anything else to do with veggie gardening or an organic way of life in general!
Bart AcresEmail: email@example.com
Dunedin 9010, New Zealand
Postal: 47 Cole St, Caversham Dunedin 9010, New Zealand
Mobile: 021 148 8815
|Riverton Organic Food Co-op|
Cheapest organic retailer in Southland as run by volunteers. Full range of organic food available, also eco friendly household cleaners and body care products. We are open 7 days Mon-Sat 10am-4.30pm & Sun 1.30-4.30pm. Our Organic Farmers Market is held on Saturdays 10.30-12.30pm, 154 Palmerston St, Riverton, for a selection of dairy, meat veges, bread, honey and much more. Organic lunches and tea and coffee available.
Robyn GuytonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
154 Palmerston St Riverton 9822, New Zealand
Telephone: 3 234 8717 Fax: 3 234 8717
Co-ops Farmers Markets Non-Profit Organisation
|Taitokerau Organic Producers|
A holistic approach to sustainable management of Hua Parakore. Our mission is to enhance the social, cultural and economic well being of Tangata Whenua through the transfer and sharing of intellectual knowledge, skills and resources which enable sustainable development of Hua Parakore.
Michelle HudsonEmail: email@example.com
cnr Broadway & Kowhai St Kaikohe 0440, New Zealand
Postal: PO Box 482 Kaikohe 0440, New Zealand
Telephone: 9 405 2580
Trade Aid is a not for profit organisation working to improve the livelihoods and wellbeing of disadvantaged producers and speaking out for greater justice in world trade. Within our food range we have certified organic coffee, tea, chocolate, hot chocolate, cocoa, cane sugar, spices, rice and almonds plus unverified organic dried fruits, olive oil, chocolate, raisins, poppadoms and cashews. Plus we have various alternatives to plastic shopping bags eg jute.
Products: Certified organic coffee, tea, chocolate, hot chocolate, cocoa, cane sugar, spices, rice and almonds plus unverified organic dried fruits, olive oil, chocolate, raisins, poppadoms and cashews. Plus we have various alternatives to plastic shopping bags eg jute.
Ordering: Visit our website for Trade Aid store locations and retailers who stock our range nationwide.
Caroline PhilpEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
174 Gayhurst Road Dallington, Christchurch, New Zealand
Postal: PO Box 35049 Christchurch, New Zealand
Telephone: 3 385 3535 Freephone: 0508 872 332 Fax: 3 385 3536 Mobile: 021 757 819
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