Calling for Transition Towns Interested peoples

Hi People on the Transition towns Kapiti Mailing list.

I am sending out a call for anyone who would be interested in getting together to support and further Transitions Towns here on the Kapiti Coast.

Andrew here, many of you may know me as the presenter who introduced to you any number of documentaries or […]

An Invitation the KAPITI FOOD FOREST community feedback meeting

You are invited to attend the first… KAPITI FOOD FOREST community feedback meeting.

WHEN: 7:30pm Monday 7th December WHERE: Paraparaumu Community Centre (next to library off Rimu road)

Food is such an incredibly important issue for everybody. We need to start reconnecting as a community with where our food comes from, learning how to grow […]

TTK Community Food Forest Steering Meeting Minutes October 25th 2009


TTK Community Food Forest Steering Meeting Minutes October 11, 2009


TTK Community Food Forest Steering Meeting Minutes September 27, 2009

Latest meetings are now online


Community Food Forest – First meeting!

Transition Towns Kapiti invites you to a Brainstorming on Establishing a Food Forest.

This Sunday the 7th June, 2-4pm.

Roll over Community Gardens – Here comes TTK Community Food Forest

After an inspiring night watching the very entertaining and informative Geoff Lawton’s Establishing a Food Forest Documentary and a enthusiastic discussion afterwards, Andrew come up […]

Kapiti Cycling Evening meeting – Take a Ride on a Bike

Kapiti Cycling is holding an event on 27 May at 6.30pm in the Committee Room of the Community Centre, Paraparaumu.

We will be showing DVD’s about the Otago Rail Trail and the Little River Trail between Christchurch and Little River on Banks Peninsula. Fliers are now being printed and we will send the advert to […]

TT Kapiti Transitioning Manual

We’re looking at our manual that was put together last year and resurrecting it so we can sell/give it away. If you want to have a look and add suggestions even put in bits for the missing parts, you are most welcome.

A Manual for Transitioning Kapiti

Another great site from