This Hawke’s Bay home is a sustainable sanctuary

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28 April 2022

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A Havelock North woman who rescues and redistributes surplus food brought the same passion for sustainability to building a home. Christina McBeth can’t remember a time when sustainability wasn’t part of her life. “It’s been who I am since I was a baby crawling on the floor,” begins the New Jersey-raised environmentalist, now happily settled…...

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