Story: Ngā haumi a iwi – Māori investment

Taupō trust lands

Taupō trust lands

This map shows the land blocks owned by the Lake Taupō Forestry Trust (LTFT). It was established in 1969, involving 60 land blocks, comprising 31,000 hectares. In 2002 average total assets of LTFT stood at $170 million. The trust is one example of the diverse economic activities being undertaken by Māori.

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Edward Ellison, 'Ngā haumi a iwi – Māori investment - Māori investment', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 27 May 2024)

Story by Edward Ellison, published 11 Mar 2010