Greening the Rainbow

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About 'Greening the Rainbow' Channel

Our quest for sustainable community in a suburban cul de sac

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What a difference a week makes…

[...] and each person takes that small and otherwise insignificant step that they CAN do, our community garden is now a great leap forward! Yesterday as all the kids returned from school and the [...]

What a difference a week makes…

[...] and each person takes that small and otherwise insignificant step that they CAN do, our community garden is now a great leap forward! Yesterday as all the kids returned from school and the [...]

Community Garden of the Year!

[...] Wow, a few years down the line and our community garden is a well-established feature of our street. Some new families have moved into Rainbow Court, [...]

BNZ “Closed for Good” lends a hand

[...] A while back I was looking at our scary community garden site and wondering how on earth we were going to coax veggies out of all those brambles. [...]

Our legendary Nanny Pamela

[...] tucked away behind the tidy front lawns. One such gem is Pamela, known to my kids as “Nanny Pamela”. Nanny Pamela is my 4 year old son’s very special friend and if you hang around [...]

Our legendary Nanny Pamela

[...] tucked away behind the tidy front lawns. One such gem is Pamela, known to my kids as “Nanny Pamela”. Nanny Pamela is my 4 year old son’s very special friend and if you hang around [...]

Greening the airwaves

[...] have been possible a few months ago: looking after each other’s gardens over Christmas, Nanny Pamela’s caring for the local kids, Kelly organising meals for Rachel and Clinton, Vicky and [...]

Greening the airwaves

[...] have been possible a few months ago: looking after each other’s gardens over Christmas, Nanny Pamela’s caring for the local kids, Kelly organising meals for Rachel and Clinton, Vicky and [...]

Introducing: The Rainbow Gardener

[...] Glenda is Rainbow Court’s secret gardening weapon. She’s spent a few years battling our street’s [...]

Introducing: The Rainbow Gardener

[...] Glenda is Rainbow Court’s secret gardening weapon. She’s spent a few years battling our street’s [...]

The Rainbow Harvesters

[...] , and we set out on a Sunday afternoon to scope out what was happening in the backyards of Rainbow Court. And wow! Talk about an inspiring afternoon. So much for neophyte greenies – the Green [...]

The Rainbow Harvesters

[...] , and we set out on a Sunday afternoon to scope out what was happening in the backyards of Rainbow Court. And wow! Talk about an inspiring afternoon. So much for neophyte greenies – the Green [...]

Radio time again

[...] of homegrown produce from our street. We chatted about the community garden, the Rainbow Harvesters, the Rainbow Rabbiters, our struggles to get carpooling and the walking school [...]

Radio time again

[...] of homegrown produce from our street. We chatted about the community garden, the Rainbow Harvesters, the Rainbow Rabbiters, our struggles to get carpooling and the walking school bus [...]

The Rainbow Harvesters

[...] on the very green Kakariki Street, we decided to call an inaugural meeting of the “Rainbow Harvesters”. The weather was glorious, the Green Gardener graced us with her company, and we set [...]

The Rainbow Harvesters

[...] on the very green Kakariki Street, we decided to call an inaugural meeting of the “Rainbow Harvesters”. The weather was glorious, the Green Gardener graced us with her company, and we set [...]

Greenbacks for a green goal

[...] backyards. Practically speaking, for us this means making sure every household has an organic waste recycling system that works for them, whether a compost bin, or a worm farm, or a bokashi bin, or a [...]

Greenbacks for a green goal

[...] backyards. Practically speaking, for us this means making sure every household has an organic waste recycling system that works for them, whether a compost bin, or a worm farm, or a bokashi bin, or a [...]

BNZ “Closed for Good” lends a hand

[...] cleared, find and stockpile pallets, old carpet/cardboard, mulch, grass clippings, seaweed, coffee grounds, horse manure and whatever else you put in a raised garden (a shout out here to Kakariki St [...]

BNZ “Closed for Good” lends a hand

[...] cleared, find and stockpile pallets, old carpet/cardboard, mulch, grass clippings, seaweed, coffee grounds, horse manure and whatever else you put in a raised garden (a shout out here to Kakariki St [...]

What a difference a week makes…

[...] son Joe, who inspired us to build our garden from recycled pallets. - Gytha for organising coffee grounds. - Anne for phoning around for free mulch to add to our collection. - Rachel and Brendan for [...]

What a difference a week makes…

[...] son Joe, who inspired us to build our garden from recycled pallets. - Gytha for organising coffee grounds. - Anne for phoning around for free mulch to add to our collection. - Rachel and Brendan for [...]

What a difference a week makes…

[...] in to clean up after everyone left - Vicky, for providing her home and garage as a base for the BNZ team, supplying tea and filter coffee, making sandwiches and a fruit platter, phoning around chasing [...]

What a difference a week makes…

[...] in to clean up after everyone left - Vicky, for providing her home and garage as a base for the BNZ team, supplying tea and filter coffee, making sandwiches and a fruit platter, phoning around chasing [...]

Mulching the rainbow

[...] had on good advice that it could still be useful for: mixing with nitrogen-rich material like lawn clippings and veggie scraps, with a bit of chook poo/seaweed/lime to to make compost garden paths & [...]

Mulching the rainbow

[...] had on good advice that it could still be useful for: mixing with nitrogen-rich material like lawn clippings and veggie scraps, with a bit of chook poo/seaweed/lime to to make compost garden paths &# [...]

Greenbacks for a green goal

[...] of garbage we send to landfills and helping to use the valuable nutrients available in our lawn clippings and veggie peels and leftover food to enrich the particularly poor soil in our backyards. [...]

Greenbacks for a green goal

[...] of garbage we send to landfills and helping to use the valuable nutrients available in our lawn clippings and veggie peels and leftover food to enrich the particularly poor soil in our backyards. [...]

What a difference a week makes…

[...] Auction” sign into our previous venue - Jake, Stacey and Hannah from the Kapiti Coast District Council for all their support and practical assistance through the project. - The man on [...]

Greenbacks for a green goal

[...] bits lying around we needed a bit of a leg-up to get going. When we heard about the Kapiti Coast District Council’s Waste Reduction Grants, available to businesses or groups of five or more [...]

Greenbacks for a green goal

[...] bits lying around we needed a bit of a leg-up to get going. When we heard about the Kapiti Coast District Council’s Waste Reduction Grants, available to businesses or groups of five or more [...]

What a difference a week makes…

[...] Auction” sign into our previous venue - Jake, Stacey and Hannah from the Kapiti Coast District Council for all their support and practical assistance through the project. - The man on [...]

Our legendary Nanny Pamela

Photo courtesy of Kapiti Independent News The great thing about getting to know your neighbours is discovering some wonderful people tucked away behi [...]

Our legendary Nanny Pamela

Photo courtesy of Kapiti Independent News The great thing about getting to know your neighbours is discovering some wonderful people tucked away behi [...]

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What a difference a week makes…

[...] and each person takes that small and otherwise insignificant step that they CAN do, our community garden is now a great leap forward! Yesterday as all the kids returned from school and the [...]

What a difference a week makes…

[...] and each person takes that small and otherwise insignificant step that they CAN do, our community garden is now a great leap forward! Yesterday as all the kids returned from school and the [...]

Community Garden of the Year!

[...] Wow, a few years down the line and our community garden is a well-established feature of our street. Some new families have moved into Rainbow Court, [...]

BNZ “Closed for Good” lends a hand

[...] A while back I was looking at our scary community garden site and wondering how on earth we were going to coax veggies out of all those brambles. [...]

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