Poppy and Summer, two 12 year old friends, are busy hula hooping their way to a better world.
Listen to their awesome story about busking in Wellington to raise money for 'Books For Cambodia' to help them open a new library in Cambodia.
Growing up in Otorohanga Fred's community was surrounded by fruit trees. Later, when he was living in Wellington this inspired him to join Grow Aotearoa and plant an urban 'food forest'. Fredd discusses his passion for fruit trees including a recent food forest planing in Karori.
Roger interviews his neighbors, John and Des, on their memories and insights of Wellington, and the characters living here, stretching from their first memories of the area in 1949 to their most recent memories.
It is both an insightful and jocular account of how Wellington society has both changed and stayed the same.
James tells us about the process of starting a community initiative to beautify his neighbourhood at Te Kawakawa Commons.
He talks about his plans and hopes for the project's future and what it's like to be part of a community project.
Don King talks about planting and maintaining the pedestrian planting on Houghton Terrace in Melrose. Don has been doing this for 30 years.
He calls this his "second retirement" and talks about his passion for planting.
Sarah Adams talks about the history of Innermost Gardens in Mount Victoria and how the site has developed over the years from its early beginnings as a garden for refugee women.
Sarah's work at Innermost Gardens led her to a career in urban agriculture.