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Whatungarongaro te tangata toituu te whenua’ Whakatauki a Maori

Man will disapear but the land will remain … We are guests of the land and should conduct ourselves accordingly in the knowledge that it is a sacred home to many, and only 10 percent of this ‘many’ are human …

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Movement…

The flutter of a butterfly wing, jumping of a wren, darting of a skink or the rustle of leaves in the wind all produce secondary and tertiary movement so important to life. Just like a food web, these tiny to enormous movements provide various types of trophic levels of vibration, disruption and change; compare the…

Tools, tools, tools!

Gardening tools are just as important as the person gardening; they tell of our culture, our individuality, our habits and often, also our status… Kiaora, tena koutou. Keite pehea koe? Delving further into the world and arts of gardening, the earth and its traditional cycles, you will find a whole new chapter in regard to…

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