Waste Free Parenting

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2019-01-29T11:50:00 Pacific/Auckland

Kate Mead aka ‘the nappy lady’ is returning to Ruapehu on Thursday 28 February to run two free workshops in Taumarunui and Ohakune on ‘Waste Free Parenting’.

The Taumarunui workshop is at CKC REAP from 10am to 12.30pm and in Ohakune at Te Pae Tata from 6pm until 8.30pm.

Council Waste Minimisation Educator Emily Jasmine said that although the workshops were still a few weeks away there was already a lot of interest from people who wanted to come along.

“These free workshops are humorous, informative and inspirational and we are expecting a lot of interest in them,” she said.

Kate will be teaching people exciting and inspirational ways to minimise waste at home including introducing them to modern sustainable products, the environmental impact of different choices and dispelling myths about what happens to your waste.

Feedback from people who have attended workshops in other centres have said that it is both entertaining as well as practical with everyday advice and ideas on how we can all make a genuine difference through the small everyday choices we make.”

“Kate added that this is her longest running and most popular workshop.”

“Come along and become inspired and learn about ways you can minimise waste in your home whilst babies are around!”

“Please register your interest in attending via Facebook, Council’s website ruapehudc.govt.nz or call Emily on 027 203 1247”

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The Taumarunui workshop is at CKC REAP from 10am to 12.30pm and in Ohakune at Te Pae Tata from 6pm until 8.30pm.

Page reviewed: 29 Jan 2019 11:50am