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Ngā hakari tū o Matariki

Chef Joe shares mātauranga around foraging kai from the whenua, the ngahere and the moana.  

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The Native Tuatara

Imagine being the last representatives surviving 60 million years after all other members of your species became extinct! The Tuatara is that reptile and one can only imagine what the whakapapa would look like for our living fossils of today.

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Kiwi

The kiwi has become so widely recognised as a symbol of New Zealand but what would the category be without highlighting the Kiwi and it's unique contribution to the forest and landscape of Aotearoa.

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Ruru

In Māori tradition the Ruru is strongly associated with the spirit world and act as messengers.

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Kea

The Kea have miraculously survived through the arrival of both Maori and colonialists to Aotearoa.

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Our Huia

The huia is an extinct species of New Zealand Bird prevalent in the North island of New Zealand. The last confirmed sighting of a huia was in 1907, although there were credible sightings into the 1960s

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Kumarahou

Kumarahou

Golden Tainui, Kumerahou, Pomaderris Kumeraho...whatever you call it this NZ native is a gift with wonderous properties

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Kawakawa

The properties of Kawakawa aka Pepper Tree (Macropiper Excelsum), the way it grows and the various ways in which it can be used are what makes it a magical canopy.

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