Come out to the stunning slopes of Orokonui to celebrate Māori New Year, and learn about traditional Māori preparation, application, and significance of perfume.
Join local weaver and Masters student Tania Manuhiri-Bell at her talk and walk around Orokonui’s pā harakeke (flax garden), where weaving plants and other taoka (treasured) species are grown, including kāretu (scented holy grass), the subject of Tania’s research.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary, 600 Blueskin Road, Waitati
Sunday 13 August, 2pm – 4pm. FULLY BOOKED – firstname.lastname@example.org