Te Waka Kai Ora encourages Māori solutions for kai resilience

May 17, 2022, 1:16 p.m.

Te Waka Kai Ora is a not-for-profit kaupapa Māori organisation consisting of Hua Parakore verified producers and Māori growers, producers, cooks, bakers, fermenters, and farmers.

Lahni Wharerau says taking care of Papatūānuku Iis paramount. She says in such difficult times returning to Māori solutions is the way forward.

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