Tame Kahiti Murray talks to Radio Te Hiku

Dec. 29, 2014, 10:59 p.m.

Recently there have been groups of tourists consistently taking buckets of tuatua off the Ninety Mile Beach. Within quota but the same people are going back every low tide. There is a sustainability mind frame people should consider when collecting kai. There has been a question about why someone would exploit the same place days in a row? The other question is how do Tourists know the difference between a toheroa and a tuatua?

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