Manaaki whenua, manaaki tangata, haere whakamua. Care for the land, care for the people, progress into the future.
Te Tapatoru ā Toi is a new approach to bicultural partnership in the management of Moutohorā Wildlife Management Reserve and Ōhope and Tauwhare Pā scenic reserves.
A brief background to the formation of Te Tapatrou ā Toi through the Ngāti Awa Claims Settlement Act 2005.
Documents relating to the operations of Te Tapatoru ā Toi, including the Conservation Management Plan
Moutohorā is an iconic landmark that is synonymous with the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Ōhope Scenic Reserve is one of three reserves jointly managed by Te Tapatoru ā Toi.
Tauwhare is one of the oldest pā in the area. It was built by Te Hapuoneone, an ancient tribe from which many of today's iwi descend.
Learn more about the individuals that make up Te Tapatoru ā Toi.
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