Nau mai, haere mai ki tō tātou whare o Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whakaue ki Maketū.
“Ka ora te taiao, ka ora te tangata”
“When our environment is healthy, the people are healthy.”
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Spot the difference! This wallaby ‘exclosure plot’ was created to highlight the impact of wallaby grazing on our native bush.
❗On the left – the native bush cleared by wallabies
❗On the right – shows where wallabies have been excluded
Wallabies eat everything at their height, which means native seedlings have no chance to grow. This stops forest regeneration while reducing habitat for our native species and the damage can take years to undo! Wallabies also graze on productive farmland. Not only are they damaging our environment, but they’re costing Kiwi farmers millions in lost production by competing with livestock.
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He Whakaputanga 1835 | Te Tiriti 1840
Māori Never Ceeded Sovereignty. It’s a fact.
Whītiki Tauā e hoa mā. E kore tātou e tuku kia takahia noatia tō tātou mana me te mana whakaheke mai I o tātou tūpuna. Kia ū!
See you at Waitangi e hoa mā! That’s us.
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Ngaw the monument defs needs to be restored
It was taken in 1959. I am in that photo.
Petera you the one without any tarau on with 6 fingers……