Awesome Hair Awareness open for Schools Nominations, and WHOA! The Cookers!

We have just opened Awesome Hair Awareness (AHA!) for Schools for 2017. Would you like to see your school involved? As a parent, teacher or admin, you can nominate them below.

AHA! is a fun one week headlice program for happy kids and parents. It includes class material and activities, teacher, parent and administrator resources, posters, product and access to on-going support.

We offered this program for the first time in 2016 with 11 schools and the feedback was, yes, awesome!

"Having a Crazy Hair Day was a great way to end the week"
~Canvastown School

"Fun and informative' 'User friendly and helpful"
~Parklands School, Motueka

"The family that used the program and product had success"
Tauranga Special School

Nominate Your School by clicking this link or the image below.

(We're going to have to do this pretty quickly to be able to get schools started before school holidays. And this is the only time we'll run this program in 2017. Nominations close June 16, 2017

Cookers Headed to Solomon Islands!

You challenged me to write and ask clearly. And then, as a group, you sent a sustained YES with donation after donation coming in over the following week. Because of the subscribers of Outdoors is Good, OceansWatch now has $1970 in funds to purchase cookers and cast iron pots. I am beyond the dunes happy to see this happen.

My son Isaac and I went over to Opua on Saturday morning to see Anam Cara finish loading, heading up to the Solomon Islands.

More photos here.

About the author

Becky Cashman

Founder and Product Maker ~ Goodbye NZ

I could be accused of being fringe. Sun, water, and air call to me to care, and I reflect my love as clearly as I can. Since that's what you do too, then we can be fringe together.

My children teach me to expand regardless of whether it's comfortable. My husband and business partner John is my blessing, for everything that means. Goodbye is a pathway for reflecting what I care about, our vital need to know and celebrate our connection to nature and to each other. Join me in the adventure.