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These resources describe how Māori ethics and values can drive entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainability in primary production. Tangata Tiriti can explore this topic to deepen their understanding of te ao Māori (the Māori world view).

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Indigenous entrepreneurship in Aotearoa New Zealand

This research is a contribution to theory and to indigenous community entrepreneurship in demonstrating what values and behaviours are assistive in confronting shocks, crises and…
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Enhancing Māori agribusiness through kaitiakitanga tools

This report focuses on Māori agribusinesses and their dynamic and holistic approach to natural resources that seek to balance commercial and cultural imperatives. An overview…
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Kete Aronui of Iwi of Te Taitokerau

This web-based resource informs the Iwi consortium of CEOs of personal income levels, sources of income, type of employment or business ownership, employment within industry…
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Māorimaps.com Waitangi Catchment Pilot

This provides a new web enabled access tool that connects cultural GIS data and soil and water science, with the Māori Maps marae community platform.…
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Whakapapakainga: A template of cross-generational development for marae-communities

Through case study research in Northland, New Zealand, this thesis investigates the future of papakainga (kin-community settlements) and their marae (ancestral centres of tribal identity).…
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Values-led management: the guidance of place-based values in environmental relationships of the past, present, and future.

The prevalence of widespread, human-caused ecological degradation suggests that fundamental change is needed in how societies interact with the environment. In this paper we argue…
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Awanui Huka Pak: Producing Kai in the Footprints of Our Forebears

Read about the largest Māori kiwifruit entity operating in Aotearoa, Awanui Huka Pak. Featuring the kōrero of Te Awanui Huka Pak chairperson, Ratahi Cross, we…
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Getting Dirty with Papatūānuku: Manaia Cunningham and Koukourārata Gardens

Food has always been cultivated at the Koukourārata Gardens on Banks Peninsula. Today, people like Manaia Cunningham are reviving the cultivation of Māori potatoes and…
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Futureproofing for our Grandchildren: Onenui Station, Tawapata South Inc

Read about a sheep and beef station on an East Coast Peninsula who express kaitiakitanga by diversifying their land-use practices and by entering into collaborations…
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Kōura at Taipōrutu, Te Māhia-Mai-Tawhiti

Kōura is an endangered freshwater species that is experiencing an increased national profile. Te Māhia Peninsula landholder Mere Whaanga, with the help of fellow resident…
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Whenua Honey: Ensuring Equity and Transparency in an East Cape Mānuka Honey Business

Learn how an enterprising whānau are contributing to the honey industry through whanaungatanga values. Laney and Eugene Hunia involve their children in all aspects of…
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Helping Māori Businesses Move Up the Value Chain: Richard Jones and Poutama Trust

Read about the role of a Māori business development service provider and how Māori values such as manaakitanga and kaitiakitanga have a role to play…
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