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Every Farm Has Its Own Story

There are ten pāmu (farms) involved in the research. Our Kaimahi Pāmu (farmers) come from conventional and organic farms, farms under iwi and private Māori and pākehā ownership, new farms and intergenerational farms, and farms supplying Fonterra, Synlait and Miraka. Each farm has its own unique history, values, and taiao.

As many farmers, growers and communities carry the weight of catastrophic weather

The Country, NZ Herald, Rere ki uta rere Ki Tai Farming Research Project Focuses on Soil

Building more resilient, profitable, and healthier farms is the goal of a

Enrich Magazine ‘Rere ki Uta, Rere ki Tai: From Sea to Soil to Society’

Out on Mohi Beckham’s farm we witnessed a style of farming that

On farm with Mohi Beckham

Three place-based projects have been awarded funding as part of the Revitalise

Pathways to Transition: Rere ki Uta, Rere ki Tai

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