12-15 July,2021 Lincoln Events Centre
Ka whati te tī,
ka wana te tī,
ka rito te tī.
The tī is broken off, the tī puts out new shoots, the tī regains its crown.
A call for Conference abstracts will go out in september 2020 for 45 minute presentations within the following areas:
Revitalisation of customary food gathering practices and resources.
Overcoming legislative barriers towards customary food gathering.
Intergenerational knowledge transfer of customary food gathering practice.
Envionmental sustainability for mahika kai .
Maintaining mahika kai practices.
Commodification of water and its impact on customary food gathering.
Decolonising mahika kai practise.
Collaborative mahika kai projects.
Evolving mahika kai.
Te Whare Wānaka o Aoraki (Lincoln University) will be inviting abstracts later this year from indigenous mahika kai practitioners, administrators, leaders, and experts to contribute to the next Mahika Kai Conference in 2021.
The Proceedings for the 2019 Mahika Kai Conference will be published in the Mahika Kai Journal in March 2020.