With the depletion of Earth's natural resources and growing human populations, there is a need to be concerned with how and what we feed our people and our communities in the future. The Kai Oranga programme (within a New Zealand context) aims to rebuild and re-insert knowledge that relates to traditional and contemporary food, sustainable practices, food production and management (kaitiakitanga) back into whānau, hapū and iwi settings. Kai Oranga raises awareness of the relationship between the food that people eat and their overall health. By doing so, it links food with people's wellbeing (Rongoa).
This programme will teach you to grow your own health food for your whānau and your marae and pass this knowledge on to others.
These locations subject to site approval*:
Te Whānau a Apanui*
*subject to approval
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