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Biofarm, Koha Biz and Te Waka Kai Ora teamed up to test the Australian market response to pure Maori product in August at the Australian Organic Expo in Sydney. Check out the following clip for the fantastic response to Biofarm’s … Continue reading
The Minister Rt. Hon. Georgina Te Heuheu commended the work of Te Waka Kai Ora in advancing Hua Parakore Tikanga Verification for Mahinga Kai in her address to a consultation hui held in Wellington Turnbull House, Wellington on 16th September … 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.
Biofarm take the role of kaitiaki of their whanau whenua seriously and this is reflected in the care they take of their soil and their cows. Nga hua? Milk and yoghurt that both feels and tastes good. After a glorious … Continue reading
Friday 30th July was a very special day for the Te Waka Kai Ora kaupapa whanau. Te Waka Kai Ora Chairman Percy Tipene and Executive Member Geneva Hildreth made the journey to the Tait-Jamieson whenua in the Manawatu to award … Continue reading
Tino rangatiratanga o ngā Hua Māori! The Hua Parakore kaupapa goes from strength to strength with the end of the research project now in sight. The closer we get to completion the more the emphasis goes into ensuring that the … Continue reading
E konei ka puta nga ahuatanga mahi Rongoa, Kai, nga tohu rangatira a nga Tohunga, e matakite, nui ona Matauranga mo “Tua-Atea” (real world) ko te whariki mo te timatatanga o nga kakano o nga mea katoa, mai e te … Continue reading
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.