E hika mā, kuhu mai

“Global wildstock fisheries are in decline while demand for protein is growing. It is prudent for Te Moana a Toi and indeed all Māori to critically investigate alternative ways to supply kaimoana for whānau and for valuable world food markets. We are exploring sustainable, resilient aquaculture opportunities – how we can do this together, care for our moana and importantly, grow our whānau!”

Growing Together Towards Smart Māori Aquaculture

Te Moana a Toi

Waiariki Aquaculture information memorandum development plan 2023

Waiariki Aquaculture information memorandum development plan 2023

DISCUSSION TOPICS

Opportunities Assessment for Iwi Aquaculture in Te Moana-a-Toi

  • Te Ao Māori and Iwi aspirations
  • International aquaculture industry and market trends
  • Status of aquaculture in New Zealand
  • Bay of Plenty aquaculture state of play
  • Key findings and opportunities for Māori aquaculture
DISCUSSION TOPICS

Towards a NEW Smart Māori Aquaculture Future

  • An integrated and sustainable Māori Aquaculture Model
  • – Pou tahi: Te Pāpori (Social)
    – Pou rua: Te Taiao (Environmental)
    – Pou toru: Te Ahurea (Cultural)
    – Pou whā: Te Ōhanga (Economic)
  • Whole of value-chain Māori Aquaculture Model
  • Indigenous to indigenous aquaculture
  • Leading edge science and technology
  • Stages 2 and 3: next steps and timetable

Growing Together Towards Smart Māori Aquaculture

Te Moana a Toi

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Two years ago, our people met in Whakatāne to learn all about the Government’s strategy to create a $3.0 billion aquaculture industry here in Aotearoa.

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