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Toitū Te Moana

Tiakina ō tātou moana! Calling all kaitiaki, practioners, kai gatherers and users of the Waitematā!

Contribute your aspirations to the Ngāti Whātua Toi Moana Rautaki (strategy) for the Waitematā. If you are a diver, fisherman, paddler or you want to get more involved in helping our hapū and iwi protect and care for our wai, check out the kaupapa below!

Click here to register to be apart of the group ‘Te Ohu Wai’ to receive info on upcoming workshops, training and opportunities about our wai and moana.

 
 
 

TOITŪ TE WAITEMATĀ WORKSHOP

Nau mai haere mai, tukua ōu whakaaro! If you are a diver, fisherman, paddler or you want to get more involved in helping our hapū and iwi protect and care for our wai, come and contribute your aspirations to the Ngāti Whātua Toi Moana Rautaki (strategy) for the Waitematā!

Register Your Interest

FREE DIVE SAFETY WĀNANGA

Clayton Wikaira is running another Free Dive Safety Wānanga for whānau. Limited spaces available. Click button below to register your interest.

Click to register

 

Thank you to all the whānau who came to the Toitū te Waitematā workshops. On Monday the 22nd and 29th we held hui with whānau and our Waitematā hapori members to hear about what’s important to you about Te Waitematā. 

What we heard loud and clear is what the abundance of kai used to be like, how it has declined over generations and how depleted some parts of the Waitematā are. We heard how important oranga, kai was and is and how our moana and kai plays a key role in our well-being and identity.

We also heard about the many ways our whānau like to stay connected to the Waitematā and how we want to ensure we are able to care for our moana for generations to come.

We are excited to continue to the kōrero with whānau so we can all be involved in helping our hapū and iwi protect and care for our wai – divers, fisherman, kaimoana lovers, paddlers, tātou katoa!

If you have any pātai or whakaaro around any of the Toitū Te Waitematā kaupapa please get in touch with Hana Maihi – hanam@nwo.iwi.nz

Tāmaki is at Alert Level 3. The rest of Aotearoa is at Alert Level 2.

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