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Te Aranga. Māori cultural landscape strategy.

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This document outlines the Te Aranga Māori Cultural Landscape Strategy, a pioneering framework aimed at integrating Māori cultural values into landscape and urban design in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

This strategy was developed through a hui of Māori professionals and supporters spanning architecture, landscape architecture, planning, engineering, design, iwi/hapū development, education, arts and local & central government, gathered with the hau kainga at Te Aranga Marae in Flaxmere. The hui reviewed a range of case studies in Heretaunga, to identify issues, aspirations and opportunities to inform the development of this strategy. The strategy outlines three key components to the strategy: mana – to empower, enable, and connect, mātauranga – to inform, and rawa -to equip. The strategy is intended to support iwi, hapū, and whanau to define and fulfill their own cultural landscape strategies through access to information, advice and professional support.

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