In this section
Currently we are working with a large range of Māori organisations, including a number of iwi/hapū representatives and organisations, Tumu Paeroa, Te Waka Kai Ora, use of the Hua Parakore verification and validation system, Māori industry groups, other CRIs, University researchers, selected Māori Trusts and Incorporations, Māori landowners, and private consultants.
Methods include: a large number of interviews, wānanga (workshops), research wānanga, hui, focus groups, case studies, field work, and discussions in the field. An extensive literature review on Māori and soil health was carried out in year one and woven into reports and papers.
Downloadable content and links
- pdf The Mana of Soil: A Māori cultural perspective of soil health in NZ - April 2018: Garth Harmsworth pdf File, 900 KB
- Te Mahi Māra Hua Parakore: A Māori food sovereignty handbook - Hutchings J. 2015 Link
- Elevating the Mana of Soil through the Hua Parakore Framework - Hutchings J, Smith J, Harmsworth G. 2018 Link