At Alert Level 2, the festival can go ahead with the current restrictions.
Sustainability, Te Reo Māori, collectively, tino rangatiratanga and peaceful resistance are one at Parihaka. The garden and food forest support the three Marae, and provide a peaceful place to work together, fulfilling the legacy of Tohu Kākahi and Te Whiti o Rongomai of looking after each other and building positive relationships.
Tours 10.30am on open days
The Ōmata school orchard began in 2017 & was implemented by the children, staff & community. This previously barren area is now a dynamic & sustainable food forest with fruit trees, berries, vines, veggie beds, support plants and more. Read More >
Sarah & her family aim for low-impact living through their sustainable habits. They rotate their cattle, ewes, chickens and ducks through paddocks and soon-to-be food forest, in a regenerative way. Read More >