Te Ao Tūroa – The natural order Tūroa: established, of long standing, enduring, long-lasting Ao tūroa: enduring world, earth, nature I have been thinking about the acts we can engage […]
On Tuesdays Māoriland has kai available for those who need it outside our Toi Matarau Gallery on Main Street, Ōtaki. The surplus kai comes from Kaibosh, an charity that collects […]
There really is nothing quite like this time of the year in the māra… The joys and rites of spring… Seeds are sprouting merrily on windowsills and being transferred optimistically […]
Kia ora koutou, one of the things I have been considering in level two lockdown is the ability of our community to re-emerge safely, reconnect and rebuild our sense of […]
Lots has been happening in the Maara this Matariki!
Another maara update from Elishka!
Elishka is back to update us on how the Māoriland Maara has been getting prepped for MFF21!…
This month, we’re doing our bit to create awareness in the hapori around ‘Food Security’…
Elishka updates us on whats been happening in the Māoriland Maara this Spring…
Hereturi-koka (August) is an eager moment of anticipation in the maara. We have been planning toward a bountiful summer garden full of kai and flowers, we’re seed sowing and bulb planting […]
Friday 20 March, 11 amThe Civic Theatre Book tickets Wawa No Cidal The Taipei Film Festival audience award-winner revolves around the struggle of an Indigenous family resisting property developers encroaching […]
Well, we scrubbed and we washed and laughed and we sighed but we did it! Caring for our earth is a collective effort. Thanks to our combined commitment during the […]