Tāmaki Makaurau Water Shortage!

It's a widely known current issue within Tāmaki Makaurau that we are in a period of water drought. The Ministry for the Environment (MfE) have put together a must-watch video with tips to reduce your water usage!

This is an issue within our city that is going to take a genuine community effort to get through. Conserve your water where possible and soon enough we'll get the levels back up!

Eco Matters FREE Water Saving Audit  

Here is a great way of learning how to reduce your water usage! Eco Matters FREE water saving audit: They do audits in clients' homes and help to reduce your water usage and learn about day to day sustainable practices. They also have a range of water restricting items that they can install too.

Anyone can sign up here, or opt to do a DIY audit. Both options result in a personal recommendation letter of how to reduce your home environmental footprint.


Grey Lynn 2030 is a great place to volunteer. With a range of projects throughout the year all to build resilience, connectedness and sustainability within our wider Grey Lynn community. If you have an idea for a project, or you're interested in getting involved, email us here!


GL2030 Website Fresh Design!

Grey Lynn 2030 has updated its website!! - We're super stoked to announce our new website which we are happy to share with you, our community! The website features awesome fresh and easy-to-use design created by wonderful local web designer Emily from Off the Wall Creative. 

Building Community Resilience in Grey Lynn

Grey Lynn 2030 partnered with the Grey Lynn Farmers Market stallholders to deliver fresh food to 50 families that the Auckland Women's Refuge help look after! Building community resilience in ACTION!

We applied for and received an MSD grant for COVID-19 Community Awareness and Preparedness to help look after vulnerable people in our community and also support the local market food stall holders in times which have often been uncertain! The parcels were filled with eggs🥚carrots🥕kumara🍠apples🍎and other varieties of fruit, veges and produce to help support our local community. Thank you so much to everybody who helped out to make this collaboration possible.


The Cup Project is Back 

The Cup Project has been on pause due to the second wave of COVID-19 in Aotearoa. The last 2/8 weeks of the feasibility study will start from today, the 9th September, finishing on September 23rd. You can use your #KohaCup at all participating cafes; Ozone, Crumb, Tart, Bread & Butter, Urban Jungle and the Coffee Store at the Grey Lynn Farmers Market.

The Cup Project FINALE - Online Event 

As the Cup Project comes to an end, we will be hosting an online event to celebrate the hard-work of the community organisations and volunteers involved in making this awesome project so successful. Join us on September 23rd, 7:30pm - 8:00pm, please check the Facebook event page for further details.

MfE Plastic Reduction Submissions

The Ministry for the Environment's discussion document on Reducing the impact of plastic on our environment in NZ is currently open. The government is consulting on two proposals to phase out six hard-to-recycle and single-use plastic items! We encourage you to make your voice heard and have your say by entering a submission before the end date of 5pm, 4th November, 2020. Keep an eye out for expert information from our awesome friends from The Rubbish Trip and tips for submissions.


Kelmarna Gardens

Kelmarna Gardens annual Spring Seedling Sale is coming up on Saturday 10th October, with hundreds of varieties of organic seedlings available for your summer veggie garden, as well as Kōkako coffee and other treats!

Kelmarna is also hosting a whole range of upcycling workshops for kids with the ReCreators in the Sept/Oct school holidays - come and learn how to build wooden robotssew your own ruru, or make a DIY journal, as well as the return of the popular lotions and potions session.

Free Composting Courses

Check out these awesome FREE "Introduction to Composting Courses" run in partnership between The Compost Collective and Auckland Council to up-skill yourself in composting your own food scraps in your backyard. 

Auckland Library of Tools

Auckland Library of Tools is currently operating under Level 3 protocol which is reserve and collect only. The library is open on Tuesdays and Thursday's (5:30pm - 7:30pm) and Saturdays (10:30am-1:30pm). To volunteer or donate tools, email: 

Grey Lynn Farmers Market

The Grey Lynn Farmers Market at the Grey Lynn Community Centre is back open again Sunday's 8:30am-12pm, for all of your fresh produce. Get on down to support local this Sunday! To receive email updates, sign-up here.

Grey Lynn 2030 Car Boot Market

Keep an eye on the Grey Lynn 2030 Car Boot Market facebook page to stay up to date with information on the September Car Boot Market. For any other question, please contact Florence Boyd: +64 272604564. 

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