Story: Te raranga me te whatu

Pā Harakeke Eco-Cultural Centre

Pā Harakeke Eco-Cultural Centre

Pā Harakeke Eco-Cultural Centre has been developed by the Maraeroa C Incorporation on its tribal land beneath Mt Pureora in the King Country. It opened in 2009. The complex is open to the public, and includes a pā harakeke (flax plantation), native plant nursery, flax processing centre, visitors' centre and accommodation. There are many other pā harakeke, both long-standing and recent, in use around the country. 

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Kahutoi Te Kanawa, 'Te raranga me te whatu - Revival of Māori fibre work', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/43500/pa-harakeke-eco-cultural-centre (accessed 15 November 2019)

Story by Kahutoi Te Kanawa, published 22 Oct 2014