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Unlocking the Potential of Maori Land

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Join us as we hear from Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research on the issues we face in developing future land use for the benefit of its owners

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While We’re In The COVID-19 Red Level, We’ve Made The Decision To Make All Our Events Virtual - Doing Our Part In Protecting The Team Of 5 Million And The Vulnerable In Our Community. So This Event Is Now Being Delivered As A Virtual Zoom Webinar - We Hope You Can Still Join Us!

“Whatungarongaro te tangata, toitū te whenua” People come and go, but the land endures

Unlocking the potential of Māori land requires and understanding of key components of Māori knowledge/values, assets/taonga, Māori governance and decision-making. Māori have a significant asset base primarily in land based industries and agribusiness and are increasingly exploring private and crown partnerships to generate commercial and social returns.

Join us as we hear from Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research on the issues we face in developing future land use whilst acknowledge these components to ensure Māori land owners, trustees and whānau have greater decision-making powers and better support for the occupation, development, and utilisation of that land for the benefit of its owners and descendants.

The B.linc VIBE event series is an opportunity to hear from one of the wider Lincoln precinct companies about their business and to touch base, reconnect and build connections across the precinct.

Tuesday 15th March

4.00pm - 5.30pm

Zoom Webinar

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4.00pm - Welcome from B.linc

4.15pm - Presentation from Keynote

4:45pm - Q&A Session

5.00pm - Event finishes

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At B.linc, we are passionate about innovation, and collaboration within New Zealand Aotearoa’s food and fibre sector.

Our role is to be a neutral connector, helping facilitate and grow an exponential innovation ecosystem in agriculture, food and technology. By connecting across industry, science, and agriculture we develop innovation for the future. We work with leading organisations, start-ups, researchers, growers and universities, to address the topical challenges facing the food and fibre sector.

We believe that collaborating is the start of creating and doing great things. We encourage you to get involved, to join forces to deliver collective impact.

Through our three pillars; creating events, offering a co-working space and facilitating projects we provide the platform to be share innovative insights, network, and to accelerate sustainable solutions for our future.

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