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Mātauranga Māori

Predator Free Rakiura is committed to honouring te Tiriti o Waitangi and continuing to further our understanding of how Māori worldview can be integrated into our work.  

Below is a collection of external resources to help build understanding of the relationship of Tangata Whenua to Papatūānuku and Ranginui, including the significance that Te Ao Māori has in conservation today. There are also some good Te Reo Māori language resources.

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Te Reo Teach Outside Resources

Take a moment for nature with DOC's education resources (including Te Reo Māori versions) for Conser...

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Haerenga Mō Waho | Outside Adventures

Take the fun outside with the Department of Conservation's pack of tiny adventures, designed to step...

Science LEarning Hub
Mātauranga Māori

Check out the Science Learning Hub's Mātauranga Māori resources

Maori Language Week
Te Wiki Te Reo Māori

A fun way to learn Te Reo Māori.  Māori Language Week has been celebrated each year from 1975.  

Ngai Tahu
Ngai Tahu Environmental Kaitiakitanga

Find out more about Ngai Tahu's vision here

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Te Reo Environment Teaching Resources

Kia Kaha te Reo Taiao posters and booklet.  These posters and booklet include te reo Māori and Engli...

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Whio Forever Teaching Resource

Teaching resource about whio in Te Re Māori.

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Te Tiriti o Waitangi

Learn about Te Tiriti o Waitangi

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Māori and biodiversity

Learn more about Māori and biodiversity in the Environment Guide.

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Ngā Rerenga o te Tiriti

A resource to support community organisations in engaging with te Triti

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Predator Free 2050 Strategy

Te Reo Version of the Predator Free 2050 Strategy