Self Sustainability is The Key to Better Future

Sept. 28, 2022, 1:18 p.m.

Haami Piripi (Te Rarawa) has been vigorously encouraging whānau to get back to their roots and connect with the taiao. The main form of sustainability comes from being able to provide for your whānau by growing and gathering kai. "Don't allow ourselves to be dependent of Pākeha owned supermarkets" says Piripi.


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