Totara: a natural and cultural history, by Philip Simpson

Richly illustrated with archival, current and scientific images – botanist and best selling author, Philip Simpson combines the ecological, historical and cultural stories of one of New Zealand's most famous trees and identifies the important role that tōtara played in building New Zealand Aotearoa.

10% discount for ECO supporters and Tieke readers.  The book will be released on 7 June, and can be ordered now at the special price of $67.50 including free postage within NZ (normally $75). 

Click here to find out more. 



Kiwi Karma Accommodation: choose ECO as your charity 



Book your accommodation through Kiwi Karma and not only do you pay no credit card or commission fees, but you can select ECO as your nominated charity and up to 8% of your booking fee goes to ECO as a donation!

Check out all their listings at this link.




Stonearrow Jewellery

Nick Feint of Stonearrow in Takaka makes beautiful jewellery from used bottles taken from the waste stream. 
By using the code ECO2016 when you shop via the online store, 20% of your purchase price will go to ECO.  

Click here to take a look at Nick's website.



The Drama of Conservation: The History of Pureora Forest


This fascinating book is for sale via ECO at just $30 per book, reduced from $60.     

This 357 page book offers a sweeping history of the forest - its geological history, flora and fauna, utilisation by humans, and the conservation efforts to save the forest in the 1970s and 80s.


Contact ECO to purchase a copy.  Postage anywhere in New Zealand is $5.50  or if you are in Wellington you can collect a copy from our office in Vivian Street.  We will post copies immediately on receipt of your order.  Read more about the book here.



Bad Oil and the Animals - special offer

Linda Hansen, Wellington-based author of books for teenagers and young adults, has just published her latest novel, "Bad Oil and the Animals". Sixteen-year old Heidi always dreamed of being a society photographer for the rich and famous. Instead, her first film project plunges her into a world of subterfuge as she joins an audacious group of teenage protesters committed to stopping factory dairy farms. This book has been well reviewed and has been described by Ben Dowdle, Director of Unmask Palm Oil, as "A fast paced and exhilarating read on an important issue. Well researched and well written, it puts a spotlight on activism, encouraging any young person into action."  

More about the book here.
Copies are $19.50 each, plus $2.50 p and p, and a share of sales is donated to ECO.



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