About Us

This young miro is what we want to see in our ngahere – regeneration of the
podocarps. The miro berry is a special food on which the kereru fattens at the time of
year when these birds were traditionally harvested.
Our purpose is to:
•     Retain ownership of the Tuawhenua lands to the  
      original hapu and whanau
•     Fulfil overall kaitiaki responsibility of the lands   
      vested in the Trust
•     Make Te Tumanako o Te Tuawhenua happen,   
      We work in the following ways with the land, 
       resources and people of the Tuawhenua:
•     Research
•     Feasibility studies and business development
•     Commercial operations
•     Conservation and biodiversity programmes
•     Communications and support
•     Administration and management of Trust matters
To learn more about the trust, click on the Links:                                                                           
Tuhoe Tuawhenua Strategic Intent
List of Blocks in Tuhoe Tuawhenua Trust
Map of Tuawhenua Region Blocks
History of the Tuhoe Tuawhenua Trust
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