Tag Archives: Mulch

Low-Impact, Natural Landscaping

Kakariki Streeters live by the beach and we’ve all got gardens. And with gardens and landscaping in mind, fortunately there is an abundance of useful natural materials to be found both on our beach and in the neighborhood. The issues … Continue reading

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Mulcher Club!

We’ve started a mulcher club! Here’s the story… The Kapiti Coast District Council (KCDC) has something called the Waste Levy Fund, which it’s possible not nearly enough peeps in the Kapiti region know about. Basically, community groups can apply for … Continue reading

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The Gibson-McNeill Household

The Kakariki Street Project has been an incredible journey for us which I’m only just beginning to fully appreciate as we put together our lists of achievements over the past 9 months. I am so heartened by everyone’s efforts and … Continue reading

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Peastraw

Today something very exciting happened: 96 bales of peastraw! In the name of fertile well mulched gardens that retain moisture and are rich in nutrients for growing our organic veges, we made a bulk order of peastraw and got it … Continue reading

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