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Te Tiaki Manu - English

Overview of Key Messages in Texts

A common element in this text, as in Mīere Mānuka, is land ownership. Because the Barrett whānau at Kapiti Island and the trustees of Ōmataroa Rangitaiki Block 2, own their land, they have the authority within themselves to make the best decisions for the use of that land.

Both whānau have similar visions and attitudes. To them conservation is about saving native species for further generations, so that those not yet been born, see, hear and understand the incredible results of Tānemahuta’s work.

Whilst students should explore the economic feasibility of hangarau outcomes at this level, in these examples the key work comes first and perhaps financial gain may follow.

But the whānau do what they do because they are guided by their values, beliefs and tikanga.

Te Tiaki Manu is closely related to Pūtaiao.

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