Whakaora ngā whenua whāma: utilising mātauranga Māori and western science to protect and restore the soil on rural farms in Tai Tokerau.
A team involving kaumātua and landowners from the Takahiwai Kāinga in Tai Tokerau, scientists, educators and regulators will collaborate to utilise te reo Māori me ngā tikanga (Māori language and culture) and western science methodologies to produce scientific evidence that supports the emerging concept of regenerative farming with the purpose to diminish and transform the adverse impacts of current industrial farming production on the land, air, and water.
Access the Project Summary here.
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Kia ora Peter
Fantastic to hear about this awesome project!! Congratulations.
I look forward to following progress and hearing about the findings.
If there is an email list for news updates please add me to it!!
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This is inspiring to read, more so because of the bi- cultural approach, I’m excited to learn more