Tag Archives: Living in Peace Project

Karamea Community Grows by Four

Hello everyone, my name is Vinnie. I’m originally from the Kapati Coast, but I have lived on the West Coast for many years working as a chef in local cafes like Drifter’s Café in Granity from 2002 onwards and The … Continue reading

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Paul Murray Live on 107.5: The DJ C-Rap Interviews

As the owner of Rongo Backpacker & Gallery Paul Murray gets to meet a LOT of interesting people. Here are Karamea Radio interviews with a some of them…You’re Welcome! DJ C-Rap Interview with Urban Permaculturalist Eri Suzuki: July 6, 2017 Urban … Continue reading

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Permaculture Solutions for a SUSTAINABLE Future

“What permaculturalists are doing is the most important activity that any group is doing on the planet. We don’t know what the details of a truly sustainable future are going to be like, but we need options, we need people … Continue reading

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The Day “Dean Buchanan” Came to Town

Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray   Would the real Dean Buchanan please stand up? If you see this guy, he’s not Dean Buchanan… In the summer of 2006, a guy claiming to be Auckland artist Dean … Continue reading

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LivinginPeace Project Holiday Vouchers

Frances Tordoff came to stay at Rongo Backpackers & Gallery in the summer of 2012 on the recommendation of her daughter Bekki, who had previously worked at Rongo as a Wwoofer (Willing Worker on Organic Farm) several times since the … Continue reading

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Rongo Views: Photos by Isabel & Petia

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The Creative Vibrancy of Rongo Backpackers, Karamea Farm Baches and the LivinginPeace Project through the Eyes of Guests/Wwoofers/Friends Isabel Göermann and Petia Vowell.

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Karamea Radio 107.5 FM Interviews with the Rongolians

DJ Stephanie Owens interviews the Rongo wwoofing team (The Rongolians) live on Karamea Radio 107.5 FM on December 17, 2012. The Rongolians candidly discuss their respective lives, passions, travel experiences, sexual persuasions, gender and personal philosophies. Karamea Radio is broadcast … Continue reading

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