Sensory Nature Play at Brooker Ave
For this series we ask friends of The Green Lab to share knowledge of their favourite indigenous plants, and tips on how to grow them.
Make herb cuttings; an economical way to get herbs going in your backyard or community garden.
Welcome back wētā! Build a wētā hotel for your backyard.
Whether you have a courtyard or a rambling section, you’ll go home from this workshop ready create an edible and biodiverse haven.
Khye has led The Green Lab with creativity and care for the past four and half years.
Downsizing Plant Sale at Toi Auaha, Rolleston Ave. Nau mai, haere mai!
Have you read this book, “SOIL”?…I bought it last Sunday. I think it is one of the most important books in LIFT…
It’s easy to feel that we don’t have much control over that thing we call ‘the economy’. Especially when it’s described as something complex…
Check out this film summarising the project we worked on with Allen + Clarke to undertake a Governance Review in 2022.
We’re selling a variety of small and medium houseplants from our collection. Fundraiser for The Green Lab.
We wish to acknowledge and mihi our friend and dedicated board member, Duncan Sloss..
We are pleased to be back at Tūranga with our Green Connection Pod.
The Green Lab has taken the decision to close understorey tuatoru before Christmas.
The opening celebration for Mairehau Community Garden will set the course for the garden’s future.
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