Community food advocates are hosting a series of free gardening workshops held in Auckland’s Aotea Square this month and next.
The Kai Auckland workshops will run on weekends from 21 January to 18 February 2017.
Kai Auckland is a movement for Aucklanders that aims to create a more equitable, sustainable and localised food system, according to the Auckland Live website.
The workshop themes include growing food in a small space, upcycling waste to create garden ornaments, collecting rainwater, preserving garden produce, and composting, worm farms and bokashi.
More details about Kai Auckland can be found here.
To book one of the workshops, head here.