At Alert Level 2, the festival can go ahead with the current restrictions.

18. 65 on 45

65 Carthew Street, Ōkato
Rebecca & Dave have cultivated an oasis of plants, trees, birds and flowers showcasing creativity & sustainability. They enjoy making fruit wine, growing aromatic plants to distill hydrosols, oils & experimental gins. Visit their new garden project that supplies chutneys, pickles, bath salts and dried/fresh flowers for gifts and decorations and be inspired by their journey. 

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15. Ōmata School

The Ōmata school orchard began in 2017 & was implemented by the children, staff & community. This previously barren area is now a dynamic & sustainable food forest with fruit trees, berries, vines, veggie beds, support plants and more. Read More >

16. Clover Fields

Sarah & her family aim for low-impact living through their sustainable habits. They rotate their cattle, ewes, chickens and ducks through paddocks and soon-to-be food forest, in a regenerative way. Read More >

19. Parihaka Papakāinga

Sustainability, Te Reo Māori, collectively, tino rangatiratanga and peaceful resistance are one at Parihaka. Read More >