Native Harmonics

March 12, 2008

URL: http://www.nativeharmonics.co.nz

Native Harmonics, a New Zealand based record label and collective of conscious beings behind the Luminate ’08 festival. (LUMINATE: to spread light, elevate spiritual consciousness, put a smile on your face, festival of Music, Art, Dance, Creativity and Sustainability.)

Native Harmonics has also recently released the CD; The Heartbeat of the Canaan Downs Festival, Takaka Hill, Nelson,(Native Harmonics Records).

URL: www.eaglesnest.co.nz

Somewhere beneath the stars known as the Southern Cross…On an Island in the South Pacific you will find what people around the world call Heaven on Earth. Eagles Nest is that place.Check out the recently converted Eagles Nest website offering a fantastic new ‘article’s’ page, allowing you to view articles written about the award winning magical ‘Heaven on Earth’ set in the top of New Zealand’s North Island.

URL: www.kinacolada.co.nz/

Discover a unique Mediterranean-style hideaway, located in the fascinating and beautiful central region of New Zealand. Indulge in the rare combination of luxurious tranquillity, private atmosphere, colourful international ambience and a wide range of European health and beauty treatments.

URL: www.lucidarts.org.nz/ecobagart/categories/3/collections

As part of their effort to spread the message about reducing landfill waste by using re-usable shopping bags, the Golden Bay Bag Ladies—in conjunction with the Green Teens of Nelson—have created an exhibition of hand-painted cloth bags. There are some wonderful creations from all different people including young children, professional artists, sports people, families….

The physical exhibition has been to Te Papa, New Zealand’s national museum, and will be coming to The Wholemeal Café in Takaka, Golden Bay this week. If you’re in Takaka, swing by the Wholemeal and check it out at 60 Commercial Street, Takaka, Golden Bay.

All the Golden Bay bags will be auctioned at the upcoming Totally Local market in Golden Bay.

URL: www.tuitrust.org.nz/index.php?PageID=15

This is a highly practical, spiritually enriching course, where participants put directly into practice in-situ what they learn theoretically. Teaching style is interactive, reflective, dynamic and fun. Each day includes classroom tutoring, outdoor practical activities, community building and self-directed study. The course includes the standard international two week Permaculture Design Certificate curriculum, spread in an integrated way over the full duration, culminating in a main design project, applied on Tui land. The main teachers are Tui Community resdents and international permaculture tutors, Robina McCurdy and Huckleberry Leonard. [Read more]