The Sustainable Taranaki Workshop Series helps to bring about change with sustainable living themes aimed at engaging the wider community. The workshops are always interactive, fun, informative, and are woven with friendly discussions and hands-on learning.
This first series of workshops offered hands-on opportunities to learn about eco-building, permaculture, native trees, and urban vege gardening.
Our next two workshops, which are part of our second series, both involve something sweet! Check them out and buy your tickets now.
Booking Instructions: Buying tickets directly through our website is the easiest and fastest way to secure your space on our workshops; however, if you would like to pay by direct debit please click here for instructions. Once your purchase has been processed, you will receive a confirmation invoice followed by an email from Erin, the workshop coordinator. If you have any questions in the meantime, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We want learning around sustainable living to be accessible to all Taranaki residents. In 2018 we are offering a number of discounted tickets for each Workshop for those who need help to attend due to financial hardship.
If you or someone you know would really like to attend a Sustainable Taranaki Workshop but face a financial barrier to buying a full-priced ticket, please email us on email@example.com and, if a place is still remaining, we will send a promo code for a ticket purchase via our website.
What workshops would you like to see offered? Let us know your ideas by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
As your Program Coordinator, I'm busy collating ideas, hunting out our region's sustainable gurus, and organising venues. We are a charity organisation, and all workshops are run at cost. If you think you or your business could help by facilitating a workshop, providing a venue, or donating money, goods or services, it would be very much appreciated!
Erin Strampel Sustainable Taranaki Workshops Coordinator
Please email email@example.com to get in touch!
Kindly supported by
the New Plymouth District Council & the South Taranaki District Council