The Apple subgroup collects spare apples from gardens and orchards around Wellington and turns them into apple juice, which is sold locally.
This group meets monthly and tries different forms of art, such as painting, lino cuts, calligraphy and other similar activities.
Bookworms meet regularly to discuss books in an information environment. Many will relate to ecology in its widest sense.
The Food Group produces ideas and knowledge about growing your own food or where to forage and collect food items that are readily available and free. Part of their role is to develop and maintain the Fox’s Field Food Forest.
Oral History Project
Oral history is a method of gathering, preserving and interpreting the voices and memories of people and communities.
As well as encouraging people to recycle, there is also the Wellington Repair Cafe, where people can take broken items to be repaired.
This group was formed to provide experience and information on renewable energy sources.
This group was formed to scythe the various TTW sites. The members have been trained in scything.
All of us rely on transport and times. That maybe by car, bus, train or plane, or of course by bicycle. This groups seeks raise awareness of transportation and it’s impact on the environment.
The trees group aims to encourage people to notice and appreciate the trees around the town. People are invited to nominate a tree that they particularly like. It is hoped that applications can then be made to protect some of the nominated trees.
Patrolling the rivers and watercourses nearby is a way of identifying any pollution or rubbish. Water Guardians are wanted for this important activity and they can also test for water quality.
We seek to encourage biodiversity in face of the loss of wildlife in our towns. The group focuses on creating habitats for plants and animals.