Seeds of change in October/November Nelson Climate Love

Kia Ora from Charlotte on a balmy spring day in Golden Bay. Thomas the dog is at my feet and the Takaka Village Market is in full swing just down the road, this Queens Birthday weekend.

Do you know what a seed library is? Did you know it’s different from a seed bank? I certainly didn’t know the answers to these questions until I talked to Nelson Seed Library member Ali Kennedy. Nelson Library hosts the seed library (which makes sense doesn’t it?), and you can go there to trade seeds to grow in your garden.

International Repair Cafe was honoured in Nelson this month. People could rock on up with an item and learn how to fix it, keeping stuff out of the landfill and connecting with other humans.

The Golden Bay Co-Housing Neighbourhood are coming to Nelson to share news about their sustainable housing village.

And of course there’s a delicious sponge cake recipe from the Nelson Farmers Market plus the low down on spring gardening in New Zealand from organic gardening guru Sol Morgan.

It’s all in the latest little newspaper, found at some of Nelson’s most alluring locations such as Kush Cafe, Fresh Choice Nelson, Little Dove cafe (go there) all the libraries and Coffee on Queen in Richmond.

I’ll post the articles soon, and for now, here’s the latest edition!

Charlotte x

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