Story: Ahuwhenua – Māori land and agriculture

Pou on Tawanui station

Pou on Tawanui station

This pou tiaki (protective carved figure) on Tawanui station is named Te Hononga. The station is owned by the Ātihau-Whanganui Incorporation and has 1,510 effective hectares, running around 13,100 sheep and 5,500 cattle. It is a breeding and finishing station.

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Tanira Kingi, 'Ahuwhenua – Māori land and agriculture - Incorporations and ahuwhenua', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/20049/pou-on-tawanui-station (accessed 20 July 2019)

Story by Tanira Kingi, published 24 Nov 2008