Māori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa, New Zealand. This category is for sites devoted to Māori. It is especially for those sites created by and for Māori, though scholarly sites about Māori may be accepted. The category is not meant for sites marketing and selling Māori arts, crafts, and other goods, as there are several appropriate categories in the directory devoted to those sites.
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From Hawaiki to Hawaiki
Maori culture, history, mythology and legend, whakapapa Maori (genealogy), Maori development and writings.
Maori of New Zealand
Provides an outline of Māori social structure, glossary of Māori words and a brief history.
Ministry of Fisheries: Maori
Customary fishing regulations, special management areas, MFish projects and Maori archive.
Provides information About Māori Health and highlights the policies, programmes and people Addressing Māori Health.
Māori Plant Use
Database with an emphasis on the traditional use of plants by Māori.
Supply Indigenous New Zealand herbs to the domestic and international cuisine market. Includes recipes and traditional Māori cooking techniques. Rotorua.
Virtual New Zealand - Maori Culture
Learn about New Zealand's indigenous culture.
Offers an opportunity to learn about the work of the Tribunal in providing processes to assist in the overall Treaty claims settlement process in New Zealand.
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