Italy – 24 Oct 10 Today was a day of listening and sharing amongst some of the most important delegates at the 2010 Terra Madre: those who represent the network of indigenous peoples. Fifteen indigenous delegates from countries and regions … Continue reading
Whiringa-ā-nuku ( October November) E ngaki ana a mua, e tōtō mai ana a muri. First clear of the weeds, then plant. (If the first group do their work properly, those following can accomplish their task and everyone gets the … Continue reading
There was a feature on Te Waka Kia Ora on the Kaitiaki episode which screened on Saturday 14th August at 8pm. Some great korero from our kaupapa whanau which you can watch on the Maori TV site… KAITIAKI.
Te Waka Kai Ora have had the pleasure of hosting Shayna Bailey of Slow Food International during her visit to Aotearoa in June 2010. In this clip Pounmau Skelton talks to Shayna in the gardens of Papatuanuku Marae at Māngere. … Continue reading
Posted in Nga Korero mai te Ngakau, Tāmaki-makau-rau
Tagged agrobiodiversity, food sovereignty, Hua Parakore, indigenous agriculture, maori agriculture, Maori farming, Maori kai, maori organic gardening, Pounamu Skelton, Shayna Bailey, Slow Food, Te Waka Kai Ora
Anei tetehi whakaahua e pa ana Kaitiakitanga o Papatuanauku. Be inspired by these 10 visionaries who are out to prove that a shift in consciousness can heal the world.
For me, my philosophy is that I’m just really here for the seed for the future. Seeds are our future, whether we’re talking about our own DNA, our own seed bank, seeds are our future. Without seeds we haven’t got … Continue reading
Posted in māra kai practical guide, Nga Korero mai te Ngakau, Pure Seed
Tagged food sovereignty, Geneva Hildreth, indigenous agriculture, maori agriculture, Maori farming, Maori kai, maori organic gardening, mara kai, seeds, Te Waka Kai Ora
I guess because our garden, our maara isn’t virgin as such, it’s been used before, but generally what we would do is we would start looking at doing a plan of where we’re going to be planting and what we’re … Continue reading