Green Lunch for Organic Week – Climate Change Ready through Urban Regenerative Gardens

Green Lunch for Organic Week – Climate Change Ready through Urban Regenerative Gardens


Doors open at 1pm- Karakia and Lunch at 1.30pm at
Sustainability Trust, 2 Forrester’s lane Wellington

Nutrient dense food grown at the urban regenerative farms Common Unity Project and prepared by the Unity Kitchen

Followed on by:


Hear from actual regenerative urban farmers

Hosted by Bailey Peryman – Cultivate Christchurch, Hannah Tatton – Regenerative Farmer, Julia Milne – Common Unity Project Aotearoa, Sarah Smuts-Kennedy – For the Love of Bees and OMG vision holder

Learn about current urban and rural regenerative projects in NZ and overseas and how these farms of the future can and are being scaled up.

REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE: rebuilds soil by supporting its biological life, leading to carbon sequestration in soil & aboveground biomass – water restoration for clean NZ waterways– increased biodiversity – enhanced ecosystems – nutritious food – social prosperity & cohesion.

We imagine an Urban Farm every 1 km in our cities. Developing credible climate change ready infrastructure by growing food to prepare for our future.

Come and give your feedback so we can deliver it to Parliament and show them NZ citizens want a national transition to regenerative agricultural practices so we can become climate change ready.

What do WE need to do to upscale our current models?

This event is free however a koha will be gratefully accepted at the door which will go to the Common Unity Project.
A keep cup and or own utensils
An open mind

Bought to you in collaboration with
For the Love of Bees, Sustainability Trust, Common Unity Project, Wellington City Council, Kai Cycle Gardens, Innermost Gardens, Organic Week Aotearoa, Sustainable Business network.
Photography: Brady Dyer.

Event Type
Networking event
Date and time
Sunday 5 May 2019
Time: 1 - 3:30pm
Venue and Location
Sustainability Trust

2 Forresters Lane

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