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In this podcast, Julian Reti Kaukau, 2021 Kellogg Scholar, talks with Farmers Weekly's Managing Editor, Bryan Gibson, about his Kellogg research and to share insights from his work With MPI Māori Agribusiness.

In reference to his research, Julian reflects on the historic prowess of the Waikato Maniapoto Māori in the Agriculture and Horticulture sectors and suggests that by harnessing the wisdom of the ancestors who once nurtured the Whenua, today's Kaitiaki can make profound and impactful economic and sustainable decisions for the Whenua and their futures.

Julian believes that Māori who have been disconnected from their homelands can better reconnect with their Tupuna Whenua, fostering a profound sense of Tūrangawaewae, enhancing the Mana of the Whānau and Hapū, honoring important Tīkanga such as Manaakitanga and be given the ability to uphold the crucial role of Ahi Kaa.
In this podcast, Julian Reti Kaukau, 2021 Kellogg Scholar, talks with Farmers Weekly's Managing Editor, Bryan Gibson, about his Kellogg research and to share insights from his work With MPI Māori Agribusiness. In reference to his research, Julian reflects on the historic prowess of the Waikato Maniapoto Māori in the Agriculture and Horticulture sectors and suggests that by harnessing the wisdom of the ancestors who once nurtured the Whenua, today's Kaitiaki can make profound and impactful economic and sustainable decisions for the Whenua and their futures. Julian believes that Māori who have been disconnected from their homelands can better reconnect with their Tupuna Whenua, fostering a profound sense of Tūrangawaewae, enhancing the Mana of the Whānau and Hapū, honoring important Tīkanga such as Manaakitanga and be given the ability to uphold the crucial role of Ahi Kaa. read more read less

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