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Author (up) Millar, V, H, H, M. url 
  Title He taonga tuku iho te whakarite kaupapa mō ngā mara kai tuturu: Living indigenous heritage: planning for Māori gardens Type Abstract
  Year 2015 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
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  Keywords kaupapa, Māori principles, indigenous heritage, customs, reo, values, beliefs  
  Abstract This study was guided by kaupapa Māori principles and was therefore grounded in a tangata whenua research framework ‘This means it must stem from a Māori worldview, be based in Māori epistemology and incorporate Māori concepts, knowledge, skill, experiences, attitudes, processes, practices, customs, reo, values and beliefs’ (Bevan-Brown, 1998, p. 231). Kaupapa Māori research must also aim to contribute to positive outcomes for Māori. Therefore this research sought to examine how planning can contribute to the revival of Māori food gardens as part of New Zealand’s indigenous living heritage.

The research method included interviews with participants from Te Tai Tokerau, Tāmaki Makaurau, Kirikiriroa, Whakatāne, Kawerau, Te Teko, Matata, Rotorua, Te Matau-a-Māui, Papaioea, Whanganui and Te Upoko-o-te-ika-a-Māui. Analysis of planning documents, heritage reports and academic literature also took place to gather data.

The findings revealed that within heritage management and planning there continues to be a fixation on buildings and physical heritage.
 
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