Te Rāhui i Maitai - Extended Interview

April 4, 2022, 3 p.m.

We hear from Whetu Rutene about the rāhui for fishing in Maitai on the Karikari Peninsula. The rāhui was established by the local hapū, Te Whānau Moana. It is currently in its fifth year and we hear about some of the important cultural and environmental observations since its establishment.

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