Event Details

  • 12 Jun 2021
  • 10:00AM
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  • Church Street, Onehunga, Onehunga Community Library, Auckland, New Zealand

Uncover Onehunga and Manukau Harbour’s kai connections with our panel of experts. Be part of the conversation as we find out how they’re putting food sovereignty and sustainability back on the table.

Book your place to listen to the panel talks, browse and borrow inspiring titles from our book display, check out our heritage images, recipe cards and activations and enjoy delicious kai.

About the panel hosts

Phillipa Holmes (Aspargove) and Tara Moala (Rākau Tautoko) are founders of Kai Collective Project , a collective of local groups and grassroots leaders who share resources and support to address food security needs across our communities.

About the panel speakers

Phillipa Holmes is a social impact practitioner, co-founder of The Kai Collection Project and the Good Fale, and will lead the discussion and awareness of food security for our communities.
Amiria Puia-Taylor is the co-founder of 312 Hub Onehunga , a not-for-profit youth arts organisation co-designed & co-led by young creatives, and Onehunga Bites (youth-led catering). Amiria and her team were also involved with developing food parcel solutions during COVID-19 lockdown.

Chloe Fong is a UX designer who worked on the NZ COVID Tracer app and is currently working on a local food delivery and food distribution service and app, This Local Piggy .

There are limited tickets to the event so please register for your place: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e...

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