Everyone who has ever been to Whangarei for more than a day or two knows that the place to be on Saturday morning is the amazing Whangarei Famers market where you can buy great fresh produce and other treats grown and farmed in Northland.

It’s the perfect place for a smart meter education campaign to reach lots of people.

Below you can see photos of the Whangarei activists’ new initiative:




The eye-catching signs (some of which had previously been on display in Betty Hooper’s garden) allowed people to engage with the message in their own time and became a focus of interest and discussion.

The photos of the smart meter education campaign at Whangarei Farmers’ Market were taken on February 27, 2016.



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