Keep Cup Monday Kapiti

We love the guys at Tall Poppy Central! They do this special thing from time to time where all coffees in a reusable cup are $3 on Keep Cup Monday. Click HERE if you are a FB used to find out the what and why and when. Legends. 

Auckland Magazine

Thanks guys...Click HERE to read more about us, and more about all kinds of happenings in your City of Sails...

Pie Nui - King Country

Head up State Highway 4, stop off in Taumarunui for awhile, and while you're there, get yourself a reusable straw for the family for xmas and awholesome, hearty feed at the cutest coffee truck in King Country. The team at Pie Nui Kai Nui are serious about coffee and serious about serving good, good food. Including pies! Don't fret none if you forget your own cup - they sell Keep Cups too. 

IG: @pie_nui

Wellington Movie Time

The movie, 'Blue' is coming to Wellington 🐳 It is the most incredible ocean film out there at the moment and a must see for everyone wanting to reduce their waste! 😍 Sunday 2nd December, The Lighthouse Cinema Cuba, WLG Central 🐳 Screenings: 3pm & 6pm 🐳  Tickets at Eventbrite or CaliWoods Facebook Page, Click HERE - all profits donated!
 

Catering in Welly

Staying in Wellington for this one, the guys at Willi's Kitchen can hook you up with divine plant based catering for those responsible/tricky to feed eaters any time of year. Party time, made easy. 

George & Willy

...make lovely things for hospo and home. See the menu board at Love Rosie's? That's them Click HERE for more goodies...

Million Metres & Moa

Some of our cafes go one step further to encourage us to Use Our Own Cups, cafes like the team at MOA who will waver a 50c takeaway surcharge when you UYOC. The 'single-use surcharge' they donate to Million Metres project. We love this. Proactive in all ways. 

UYOC are so proud to thank Million metres streams for the work they are doing every day. Community  volunteer based, these guys are onto it, out there getting it done for all of us. Give them your support if you can because all freshwater scientists agree that riparian planting is vital to the health of our freshwater ecosystems. Plants filter toxic runoff, prevent sediment washing into water, and cool the water by shading it, so aquatic creatures can survive.

44% of New Zealand's monitored lakes are so polluted virtually nothing can survive in them. 

62% of New Zealand's lowland rivers are so polluted with pathogens we can't safely swim in them. 

74% of New Zealand's freshwater fish species are now classified as ‘threatened’. 

IG: @millionmetres

NYE Auckland

Join our friends The Organic Mechanic to reset, recieve and recreate. Click HERE for more.