Check out the new green living magazine a digital environmentally friendly paperless magazine promoting organic products and business in Aotearoa. Tina Raines the director visitied TWKO at Papatuanuku Marae in Mangere in September. Green Living Magazine issue 1 Advertisements
Te Waka Kai ora had a wonderful hui at the Papatuanuku Marae and Māra at Māngere in June 2010 where Māori gardens are humming. This clip features some gardening tips from marae trustee and farmer Paul Kimura.
Posted in Growing Vegetables, Tāmaki-makau-rau
Tagged Hua Parakore, indigenous agriculture, maori agriculture, Maori farming, Maori kai, maori organic gardening, mara kai, papatuanuku marae, Paul Kimura, Te Waka Kai Ora
Te Waka Kai Ora had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Phrang Roy during his visit to Aotearoa in June 2010. Dr Phrang Roy leads the international Indigenous Partnership on Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty. In this clip Pounmau Skelton talks to … Continue reading
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
Shayna Bailey from Slow Food international recently visited Aotearoa and teamed up with Pounamu Skelton from Te Waka Kai Ora and Maui Hudson from Universitiy of Waikato on a recent Hikoi to visit local producers and Rongoa Clinics. A successful … Continue reading
Posted in Conferences, kai reka, Te Arawa, Tāmaki-makau-rau
Tagged agrobiodiversity, food sovereignty, Hua Parakore, indigenous agriculture, maori organic gardening, slow foods, Te Waka Kai Ora, terra madre, traditional kai
Te Waka Kai Ora had the pleasure of presenting on Hua Parakore at the 4th International Indigenous Conference hosted by Nga Pae o Te Maramatanga at Auckland University this week. Jessica Hutchings and Gretta Carney presented an overview of the … Continue reading
TWKO will meet at Papatuanuku Marae on the 19th-20th June in Mangere.