The Travelling Tuna Tapestry March 20 2013Velvet's Travelling Tuna Tapestry is a taniwha-sized longfin eel made of recycled cloth constructed by over 5000 people within and beyond New Zealand. The tapestry not only depicts a velvety longfin eel, but also showcases the great diversity of wildlife found in New Zealand's water. School groups, museums, and individuals all around the country, from Kaitaia to Invercargill, added panels to the tapestry as it travelled around New Zealand from 2011 through 2013.
Notes on the Mysterium Tremendum July 15 2012
Two Kinds of Mystery, Three Kinds of Epiphany...
...Miracles and Reality
"Our journey in consciousness is too profound and multifarious to fit into one theory or be accounted for by one system of thought"
Growing Gardeners Book Launch August 20 2008Every organic garden is a miniature ecosystem. When we learn about how nature's cycles apply to our gardens, we are able to grow fresh organic food in healthy garden ecosystems.
In magical organic gardens nature provides new lessons every day, such as how organic gardens depend on nature's cycles for everything from making soil and fixing nitrogen to pollinating plants, how organic gardens can slow climate change.
Feed Me Right Book Reviews October 01 2007Feed Me Right is a clever mix of cool and entertaining illustrations and serious information. It teaches the all-important messages of the link between the food we eat and the health of our bodies. We are stepped through the different food types, what they are needed for and what our body does with them. This book would make an excellent classroom resource.
Feed Me Right Wellington Book Launch May 08 2007
Ms Kedgley held a copy of Feed Me Right throughout her talk and declared her whole-hearted support for the book, advocating that "every school and every family should have a copy."
"I believe this is the most comprehensive book on health and wellness for adolescents that we have seen," Ms Kedgley said.