Interest in Rongoā Māori on the rise in Te Taitokerau

Nov. 9, 2022, 12:56 p.m.

An staunch advocate for rongoā Māori here in Te Hiku Kumeroa Gregory (Te Rarawa) says that although there is no funding available to run rongoā Māori workshops here in Te Hiku, the love and passion kaiako have to deliver safe practices around sourcing and producing rongoā outweighs the monetary value that most mainstream health organisations thrive on.

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