Become a Member

Become Part of The Solution!

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Your membership fees and donations are essential to help us maintain and develop our collection of heritage seeds and trees so we can all enjoy them now and in the future.

Over the past 30 years Koanga Institute has been instrumental in collecting and saving over 700 (mostly New Zealand) heritage vegetable seed lines and over 300 Northern heritage fruit tree lines and we could not have done it without our members!

 

 

Becoming a member of the Koanga Institute is a way to:

Support the preservation of our NZ Heritage Food Seeds and Plants

Support research aspects of regenerative living especially in the fields of soil health, crop and animal health and human health

Have access to Preservation Packs at cost of normal seed packet (due to low numbers, members access only)

Have priority access to scarce perennials

Have access to member’s only discounts and promotions

Have the ability to send in questions on topic to be answered during our new monthly webinars

 

Annual Membership: $45/year
Full membership benefits as outlined above | Click here to purchase 

Lifetime Membership: $1,000
Full membership benefits as outlined above | Click here to purchase

 

Membership is the backbone of Koanga Institute and the simplest way for you to help secure your own food future and the future for generations to come.


How Your Membership Helps Koanga

Your membership fees are essential to help us maintain and develop the collection of organic, heritage seeds and trees so you can enjoy them now and in the future. We are one of the only seed companies in New Zealand who grow out our seeds locally (we’re in the sunny Hawke’s Bay), so they are adapted to NZ soils and climates. These seeds are then selected for the qualities home gardeners are looking for, like a long cropping season, great taste, nutrient dense and many other qualities that commercial seeds are not selected for.

Over the past 30 years Koanga Institute has been instrumental in collecting and saving over 600 (mostly New Zealand) heritage vegetable seed lines and over 300 Northern heritage fruit tree lines and we could not have done it without our members!

We’re committed to:

  • Inspiring and supporting regenerative living in New Zealand through education
  • Empowering home gardeners to develop efficient gardening skills, build top-soil and improve their health through enjoying their own quality and nutrient dense produce

Become part of the solution by becoming a Koanga Member Today!

Membership is the backbone of Koanga Institute and the simplest way for you to help secure your own food future and the future for generations to come.


Thank You To All Our Life Members!

Peter Alexander, Diana & Justin Anderson, Banyan, Barbara Barangawath, ME Bedford, Bedford Mackay Family Trust, Rachel Benjamin, John Billing, Nick Blennerhasset, Helen Boyd-Alspach, Richard Burgess, Donna Campbell, Liz Campbell, Brian Cartmell, Barbara Chapple, Gwenda Costello, Scott Dalziell, Emma Darke, Karyn Davis, Bryony de Boer, Robyn Diamond, Cherry E Dibley, Inge Diks, Sabine Drueckler & Wolfgang Hiepe, Robyn Dyer, Mavson & KA Early, Angela Emery, Suze Erskine, Brett Fallen, Faye Fausett, Dene Fowler, Noeline Gannaway, Monika Geister, Simon Griffiths, Stacy Shuck, John Griggs, Jo Hainsworth, Rob Hammington, B.T. Hammond, Jacquie Hardinge, Henry Harrington, Raewyn Harris, Emma Horgan, Barry Hutchings, Murray Joyce, Kahukiri Bloodstock, Elizabeth Keet, Jenni Kent, R Kent, Jennifer Kerr, Susan King, Fred Kingdon-Sanders, Wendy Klink, Jude Knights, Pat Knuckey, Heike Koester, Susan Lane, Pauline MacDonald, Jan Mackenzie, Bill & Josee McClure, Tania McLean, Chris Morrison, Jo Munro, Annette Nixon, Richard Noke, MD & AJ Nuttall, Heidi & Logan O’Callahan, Lesly O’Callahan, Viola Palmer, Craig & Dorothy Palmer, Thompson, Jane Penberthy, Phoenix Organics, Jenny Quilliam, CE (Betty) Rawley, Amy Roberts, Carla Roberts, Daphne Ross, Jane Russell, Robyn Scanlen, Dick & Bertha Schoneveld, Roy Shackleton, Pam Shand, Yvonne Shanks, Donna Stirling, Chas Symes, Jenny Tait, Lisa Talbot, Elaine Taylor, Grace & Iohangawai Te Pahi, Phyllis Tichinin, Randall Tutton & Richard Bell, Chris & Julene Wake, Yannick Wakelam, Dave Webster, Morley West, Yvonne & Jim Wheeler, Tania Williams, Alison Wilson, Ritz Wood, Richard Worthington, Greg and Rosemary Dillon, Lynelle Taylor, Lorna Alden, Bridget Elworthy and Colleen Foster.