Integrating mātauranga
Knowledge comes in all forms, but indigenous knowledge heralds from thousands of years of wisdom passed through the stories of our ancestors. This knowledge is just as relevant today, as we navigate the environmental challenges of our world.
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Māori voice

in the preservation of our

natural environment

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Te Tira Whakamātaki
Te Tira Whakamātaki2 days ago
#CADETSHIP | In Tauranga, the Bay Conservation Alliance recently launched their new cadetship programme, naming the first 10 recruits. Chair Julian Fitter says this has not been done in NZ before, where 80% of our biodiversity is only found here. The purpose of the programme is to immerse the cadets deeply in conservation, while improving their understanding of the importance of biodiversity. More here http://bit.ly/3qFOomp
#TTW #māorivoice #Tauranga #biosecurity #conservation
Te Tira Whakamātaki
Te Tira Whakamātaki2 days ago
#FUNDING | The Govt’s ‘Jobs for Nature’ funding is investing $34M through conservation groups & landowners, creating 400+ jobs in ecology, restoration, trapping, pest control, fencing & project mgmt, with $16M for a Community Conservation Fund designed to be used by community-led conservation projects on public and private lands. More here: http://bit.ly/3970gIw
Te Tira Whakamātaki
Te Tira Whakamātaki4 days ago
NEWS | Headlines in the news today of drivers killing critically endangered birds are a reminder that we all need to take care in our environment – no matter where we are. This is because often our play areas are another’s home.🖤http://bit.ly/2M7E7Aq
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Te Tira Whakamātaki4 days ago
#JOBALERT | Heard about the Eco-index? They now seek a Data Infrastructure Engineer. See post for more details. #TTW #māorivoice
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Te Tira Whakamātaki5 days ago
FUNDING | Predator Free 2050 Limited is seeking applications from innovators seeking funding to help fast track the design, research & development, testing, production & supply of new and improved predator eradication tools. Up to $4m available for projects supplied by June 2024. Close 19 Feb 2021. Read more https://bit.ly/3bOu9yU.
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Te Tira Whakamātaki6 days ago
#CELEBRATE | Congratulations to our own lead man Tame Malcolm embarking on his PhD this year through Victoria University of Wellington. Recognised as an Emerging Leader in the environmental space at the 2020 New Zealand Biosecurity Awards, Tame endeavours to elevate Māori traditional knowledge in the science sector to help protect our taonga from pests by researching anecdotal knowledge, gathered by word of mouth. #veryproud #brightfuture #watchthisspace #TTW #māorivoice #mātauranga #indigenoussolutions #betterworld More here: http://bit.ly/3qot0lA