Climate friendly food in your neighbourhood
This workshop will give you the materials and know-how to start growing native NZ oyster mushrooms yourself at home.
Learn this simple, small-scale method that can be fun and fruitful for you and the whole family!
Wednesday 13 December – 5.30 to 8.30pm
Join celebrated weaving tutor Annie Jane Ah Mu to learn the basic techniques of traditional mahi raranga, the Māori art of weaving with harakeke NZ flax. This beginner course is an introduction to weaving that will guide you through the history, customs, and best horticulture practices around working with harakeke, and the skills to come away with a host of craft creations to take home and share.
Saturday 2nd December, 9:00am – 12:00pm
Harvest Festival coming soon
Save the date for the revival of our Harvest Festival!
Back after a several year hiatus! Get ready for a fun-filled day of celebration, education, feasting and more!! We’ll be sharing more info about the event soon, but for now, just note the date on your calendar, so you don’t miss out.
Sunday 10th of March, 2024
We’d love you to join our 40+ year journey to support a resilient, healthy community living in a way that regenerates the natural environment; connected to the land, our food and each other.
Kelmarna Community Farm is nestled in the heart of Auckland’s Ponsonby area on 4.5 acres of land leased from the council. The gate to our thriving organic farm is open to the community at all times and we welcome you to come experience, learn and enjoy all we have to offer. From our Farm Shop to monthly workshops, annual events and our many volunteering opportunities — we want to share the joys of our urban oasis with you.
Please book for larger groups, leave pooch at home (we have sheep & chooks!) and
only pick fruit, veg or flowers when you’re with one of our team!
Corporate & Team Experiences
Elevate your team’s experience by stepping out of the office, foraging deeper connections, and immersing yourselves in impactful hands-on activities that make a real difference in the community.