Mātauranga Māori

 

A key aim for the programme is to integrate Mātauranga Māori alongside western science in the fight against kauri dieback.

The use of cultural health indicators, to monitor and measure health, resilience and the disease status of kauri forest, as well as measuring the efficacy of rongoa or traditional Maori medicines to improve kauri health, are two major projects currently underway.

Some recent research in this area

Kauri Dieback Programme funded (including partner-funded projects)

If you have any questions in relation to this area of research or the supporting reports please contact the Kauri Dieback team on the details below.

Please note that as more information becomes available on the nature of kauri dieback disease and the pathogen that causes it, some of these papers may be superseded.