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Kristy Roa, showing the world the future is farming

Twenty year old Kristy Roa is the 2019 winner of the Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer award for sheep and beef.

Showcasing the best in Sheep and Beef farming

Eugene and Pania King of Kiriroa Station are the winners of the Ahuwhenua Trophy for the top Māori sheep and beef farm in Aotearoa for 2019.

Investing in Māori development through whenua

Strategic investment into the development of whenua, and more support for Māori freehold landowners and their whānau was announced by the Government today.

Te Kaha Māori partnership get provincial growth funding

The Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) is supporting a group of Māori landowners in Eastern Bay of Plenty, boosting the development of horticulture and employment opportunities in the area.

Grassroots projects address barriers to succession of Māori land

Five trusts from around the motu came together in Wellington to share the outcomes of their grassroots projects to encourage whānau to apply for succession.

Young Māori Farmers help shape the future of farming

Brainstorming, networking, and a spot of fishing, were all part of the first Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer Award alumni event.

Alumni event for Young Māori farmer winners

Te Tumu Paeroa and Te Puni Kōkiri are hosting the inaugural Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer Alumni event on Friday 17 May in Wellington.

WhenuaViz launched to provide better information for Māori land owners

WhenuaViz is a new website intended to help Māori land owners and managers find out more about the physical characteristics, constraints and potential of their whenua Māori.

Access the first step in connecting whānau to the whenua

The trustees of the Kōpūtara Trust are undertaking a programme of work to re-establish the lake, restore wetlands, and reconnect the people to their whenua.