Improving farming through traditional Māori knowledge
University of Otago press release, 18 June 2012

DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND: A University of Otago researcher has been granted $600,000 over two years to create a low-input farming model combining Māori knowledge and science. Dr Marion Johnson’s project, Indigenous Agroecology (He Ahuwhenua Taketake), will draw upon Mātauranga (the Māori knowledge system) to create a unique farming model which values diversity, aligns it with science, and preserves traditional knowledge. Read the release …