Ngā Rauropi Whakaoranga - Māori traditional uses of New Zealand native plants

Ngā Rauropi Whakaoranga provides access to referenced information on how Māori used plants and other organisms to live in Aotearoa - New Zealand, particularly before the arrival of Europeans. It now also includes some information on other groups such as fungi and seaweeds. There is information for some Pacific plants, such as Pandanus, that have links to Māori culture. Material relating to later economic uses of native plants is also found here.
Hosted By: Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research
Categories: Land, Biodiversity
Keywords: Biodiversity, Land, Terrestrial plants, Aquatic plants, Māori, Ethnobotany