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Alert level information

Updated: Following the changes to Alert levels announced on 6 September 2021, all Te Tumu Paeroa offices will continue to remain closed until further notice. 

Ministry for the Environment is seeking feedback on freshwater farm plans

The Ministry for the Environment (Mfe) is currently seeking feedback on the proposed freshwater farm plan system.

He Aituā: Sir Michael Cullen

The Māori Trustee and Te Tumu Paeroa would like to acknowledge the passing of rangatira Sir Michael Cullen last Thursday.

Information regarding Alert Level changes

Updated: Following the changes to Alert levels announced on 30 August 2021, all Te Tumu Paeroa offices will continue to remain closed until further notice. All meetings of owners and trustees schedule...

Ahuwhenua Trophy Competition open to Māori sheep and beef farmers

Entries are being called for the 2022 Ahuwhenua Trophy competition for the top Māori sheep and beef farms. 

Quinn Morgan, an inspiration for rangatahi

Recently, we chatted to Quinn Morgan, winner the 2021 Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer of the Year for dairy.

Taupae Pia Haerenga

Last month our Taupae Pia graduates embarked on a haerenga (journey) to Whanganui, Te Hāwera, and New Plymouth to gain some insight into Māori Land Court hearings and owners meetings.

Whenua Māori Rating Amendment Bill passes third reading

The Māori Trustee Dr Charlotte Severne welcomes the passing of the Whenua Māori Rating Amendment Bill at its third reading in Parliament.

Ahuwhenua Trophy field days celebrate Māori dairy farmers

Te Tumu Paeroa is proud to once again be a sponsor of the Ahuwhenua Trophy.