Moving On Up
A project to get more people in the region walking and cycling, and connecting them with local clubs has secured funding for three years. (read more)
Cooking Up A Delight!
It's not everyday you can take the
Rising From The
As part of the Kids Edible Gardens (KEGs) programme, students at Tahunanui Primary School cooked and ate ten different vegetables and herbs they had grown themselves. (read more)
Get Growing for Growables
The Growables Festival later this year will feature a food tree and plant swap. Festival Coordinator, Jo Reilly suggests putting some cuttings in a bag or a pot when you are pruning fruit trees this winter so you have a cutting for the swap. (read more)
We Have A Winner
Who's Cooking Tonight? Maybe Alex Pearson from Upper Moutere! (ably assisted by mum Andrea that is). Alex, aged 3 is our winner for Claire Gourley's recipe book after helping his mum bake muffins.
Farmers Market Flourishes
You can stretch your weekly food budget by shopping at your local Farmers Market according to the new Manager of the Nelson Farmers Market in Fashion Island. (read more)
Stopping Distance Demos
School students across Tasman and Nelson recently took part in graphic demonstrations to show how many children are killed or injured after being struck by vehicles. (read more)
Smokefree for Matariki 2011
June Recipe - Vegetable
Grow Food at Home - March to July 2011
2hr workshops (how to, and hands on)
Contact Joc' Winters: email@example.com
Maori Language Week, 4-10 July
Women's Refuge Awareness & Appeal Week
18-24 July 2011, www.womensrefuge.org.nz
World Breastfeeding Week - 1-7
World Youth Day, 12 August 2011
Ecofest, 20-21 August 2011
Conservation Week "Love New Zealand", 11-18 September
World Oral Health Day, 12 September 2011
International Day of Older Person, 1 October 2011
South Island Masters Games 15-23 October 2011, Nelson
Timetable online at www.simasters.co.nz
There Goes Helen...
though the days are shorter and somewhat darker, we encourage you to
continue your physical activity endeavours whatever they may be. You
might be a seasoned sportsperson or
On the 1st July I am leaving Nutrition and Physical Activity to take up my new position as Service Manager for Child, Youth and Maternity (NMDHB) . I'm looking forward to moving into a new area of health, but am sad to be leaving NPA. I leave you in the very capable hands of our dedicated and passionate programme managers, Richard, Jenni and Maria who will continue the vision we began 4 years ago.
Don't forget to keep checking out Trolley Tips on our website (www.healthyas.org.nz) - it's regularly updated, and full of hearty, nutritious recipes using seasonal produce. These recipes are not only healthy and tasty, but they're cheap and easy too.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and for being part of our journey.
Nutrition and Physical Activity Team
Jenni Gane/Maria Baxter
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