Te Tiriti O Waitangi Marae
Waitangi
6th, 7th and 8th November 2020

06/11/2020Rāmere/FridayKaikōrero
3:00pm - 3.30pmTaenga mai/Arrival
3.30pm Powhiri/Welcome/Mihi Whakatau/Speeches
5.00pm – 6.00pmKai/Dinner
Set up sleeping areas/tents
6.30pmAssemble at Whare Tupuna/Meeting house
6.40pm Karakia – opening korero from haukāinga
7.00pm - 7.30pmTangata WhenuaStella Kake
7.35pm - 8.00pmOver many generations of environmental observation a holistic Māori worldview formed where all things are interconnected. Environmental science now also seeks to understand the complex interrelationships that drive our changing world. Dion discusses how Te Ao Māori perspectives on the environment can help us meet the huge challenges we face in te taiao. Dion Pou (Ecologist)
8.05pm - 8.40pmKnow your enemy (Stoats as beautiful animals and difficult pests)Carolyn (Kim) King (Waikato University)
8.40pm - 9.10pmPanel discussion (Stella/Dion/Kim)
9.15pmKarakia Whakamutunga/Final words/Closure for the night
9.30pmKapu tī/Cup of tea
7/11/2020Rāhoroi/SaturdayTrip leaders
7.00am - 7.45amParakuihi/Breakfast
7.45am - 8.30amMeet field trip leaders/Field trip workshops depart
8.30am - 4.30pmBay Bush Action Project Oromahoe-Paihia
11km walk undulating with some steep
sections (High fitness level)
Craig Salmon/Martin Schmid (Bay Bush Action)
9.00am - 4.30pmWaitangi to Haruru Falls 5-6km (3-hour) flat to medium walk on DOC Haruru Falls walkway

Followed by joining the Rongoā roopu.
Look after the ngahere and you can also look after yourself
Brad Windust/Ngati Kawa

Donna Kerridge
8.00am - 4.30pmProject Island Song - boat trip to Urupukapuka Island (Low-medium fitness level)Ria Bright/Debs Wright (Project Island Song)/ Adam Sea Shuttles
9.15am - 3.00pmPuketi Forest Project - forest walk undulating with steeper sections (Medium-high fitness level).
Puketi Forest Trapping professional development
John Dawn/Andy Mentor

Ian Wilson/John Bissel
11.00am - 4.00pmPlant identification and collecting rongoā along a Waitangi kauri (750m) walk (Low fitness level)

Rongoā/Alternative medicine workshop.
Look after the ngahere and you can also look after yourself
Stella Kake-Schmid/Donna Kerridge



Donna Kerridge
3.00pm - 5.00pmKapu tī/Tea break
5.00pm - 6.00pmKai/Dinner
6.15pmAssemble at Whare Tupuna/Meeting house
6.25pm - 6.50pm
Marty discusses a project he is leading that aims to scale Papa Taiao outcomes to pathway young people through secondary school and transition them into Taiao-base careers using Papa Taiao's Tiaki Taiao Enterprise model of learning. He will use examples from ākonga-led regenerative enterprises in Tai Tokerau.
Marty Taylor, Shaun Gifford
6.55pm - 7.20pmBioblitz leading in hapu spaces.
A case study of a successful bioblitz model led by Ngairo that was tailored for Ngati Manu and could be considered by others who are planning a Bioblitz project
Ngairo Tahere (Ngati Manu)
7.25pm - 7.50pmKai Tangata kaumātua Roger Kingi has witnessed the devastation of Kowhairoa Peninsula. After many hours hard work on the whenua new growth is seen once again and there is a hopeful future for KowhairoaRoger Kingi (Kowhairoa)
7.55pm - 8.25pmPanel discussion (Andy/Ngairo/Roger)
8.30pmKarakia Whakamutunga/Final words/Closure for the night
8.45pmKapu tī/Tea break
08/11/2020Rātapu/SundayKaikōrero
7.00am - 8.00amParakuihi/Breakfast
8.15amWhare Tupuna/Meeting house
8.25am - 8.55amControlling apex predatorsJohn Bissell (Backblocks Environmental Management Ltd.)
9.00am - 9.10amStoat lure trials and SA2 vs Trapinator for possumsIan Wilson (Puketi Forest Trust)
9.10am - 9.40am Open floor discussion about predators and their controlJohn Bissell/Pete Graham
9.45am - 10.00amKapu tī/Tea break
10.00am - 10.30am
Andy discusses progress towards large scale pest control, working with community groups, iwi, corporates, volunteers and professional trappers.
Ngati Kawa brings a clear perspective of matauranga Maori and a holistic cultural view.
Good working relationships are key to the vision for the Mid North.
Andy Mentor (Mid North High Value Area)/Ngatikawa (Iwi kiwi)
10.35am - 10.55amInvitation to Pureora Forest ProjectMoera Hughes (Te Hau Kainga o Pureora)
11.00am - 12.00 PmPoroporoaki/Open floorPractitioners talking about their experiences/ issues as Northland Kiwi PractitionersNorthland Kiwi Practitioners
12.00pm - 12.20pmFinal remarksMichelle Impey (Kiwis for kiwi)
12.25pm - 12.55pmKarakia Whakamutunga/Final words from the home people
1.00pm - 2.00pmHakari/Final meal
2.00pmHui closed