Design a Honeywrap Competition
Our friends Honeywrap are supporting Forest & Bird’s Bird of the Year 2020! They are running a “Design a Honeywrap beeswax wrap” competition for kids!
- You need to be school-aged (5-17 years).
- The design must be of New Zealand native birds (see https://www.birdoftheyear.org.nz for examples), only using 1-2 colours, and one that will look good printed on a cream fabric. The honey wraps logo has to be in your design too (see all the competition details here).
Send in your finished design to email@example.com by midnight 17 September 2020.
There are lots of cool sustainable prizes up for grabs, as well as a year-long KCC membership!
Waste Minimisation Challenge
Help develop Wild Things magazine
We want Wild Things to keep being the coolest conservation magazine around. Show us what you want to see more of (and less of) in your magazine in the future.
How to get involved:
- Look at the issues of Wild Things you have at home, and/or school. Make a note of the things you most like to read, look at, and do.
- Use your research to “mock up” your own page or pages of Wild Things (or if you’re really keen, make a whole magazine!). You could draw and write this by hand, make a collage, or do it on the computer.
- Send your mahi in via firstname.lastname@example.org. You can post the original to KCC Challenges, P.O. Box 631, Wellington, 6140 too.
We’ll will share your work via the KCC blog (kcc.org.nz/blog), and use your ideas to start making changes to Wild Things.
Congratulations to Frankie and Lucy who won our Grand Prize – accommodation for up to six people at Forest & Bird’s Ruapehu Lodge!
This is Tiki Tim the Taniwha, created by KCC Northland member Moana. He will be speaking up around the issue of climate change on behalf of KCC going forward.