The New Zealand Biosecurity Awards recognise and celebrate people across New Zealand who are doing their bit for biosecurity – in our communities, businesses, government and backyards. This could be through engaging in innovation, science, community or leadership that supports New Zealand biosecurity. If you, your organisation, staff member or volunteer has initiated or been involved with a programme, protocol or one-off event that focuses on biosecurity, we want to celebrate this. The work being done by our biosecurity team of 4.7 million every day is important to us – our lifestyles, livelihoods and our unique environment depend on it. These awards are our way of saying thanks for the great work people all over New Zealand are doing in biosecurity every day.
Jim is coming back to Nelson!
Thanks to support from Nelson City Council and Rata Foundation, Inspiring Communities and Seattle based, Jim Diers are excited to bring their two day Activating Community workshop to Nelson.
Where: Whakatu Presbyterian Church, 271 Songer Street, Stoke.
Whe: Monday March 20th from 9.30-4pm and Tuesday March 21st from 9-4pm
This workshop brings together the very best of international and national community building experience – and with Jim on board it can’t help but be FUN! We promise an interactive and practical couple of days, with a chance to put newly learned skills and tools into action on day two, in and with Victory and Tahunanui communities. Nothing beats learning by doing together with others!
Please workshop flier for more info and go to Inspiring Communities website to register via the link below: http://inspiringcommunities.org.nz/workshops-activating-community/
Any questions or further information, please contact Megan Courtney on 027 6788622.
Article type: Meetings and events
Start date: March 20, 2017
Start time: 9:30 AM
End Date: March 21, 2017
End Time: 4:00 PM
Venue:Whakatu Presbyterian Church
Contact Name: Megan Courtney
Contact Phone: 0276788622
Contact Email: [email protected]