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With the uncertainty around Coronavirus (COVID-19) a decision has been made to postpone the Owners Field Day.
A new date will be confirmed at a later time.
The Trustees offer a 12 month appointment as Assistant Trustee, to an owner or descendant of an owner. This position offers the opportunity to participate in the governance of the Trust, attending Trustee hui, gaining governance experience and insights to the Trust’s business. The Assistant Trustee may also be involved in an agreed project for the benefit of the Trust.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE 31 March 2020. For additional information or an application form please call or email Cara at Gardiner Knobloch Limited. firstname.lastname@example.org or 06 835 5018.
The Trustees are arranging an Owners Field Day at Awahohonu Forest.
Date - Saturday 28 March 2020
Time - 9.30am to 3.30pm
Location - Te Awahohonu Forest, Te Haroto
All owners are invited. More details will be posted shortly.
The Trust intends holding a Wānanga in late March and is seeking expressions of interest from school students who may be interested in attending.
Location: Te Awahohonu Forest – Te Haroto.
Date: 25th-27th March 2020. This will include two nights sleeping at the Toropapa Huts.
Age of Tamariki: Intermediate or high School students.
Eligibility: Must whakapapa to Te Awahohonu Forest Trust or Ngati Hineuru
There will be no cost for the student to attend this course.
This will be a great opportunity for some of our tamariki to connect to their whenua and its history.
The majority of the Wānanga will be hosted by ‘Young Animators Education’ who will run a workshop that introduces the students to some of the resources needed to excel in the digital world of today. Students will prepare a basic animation during the course. You can visit their website at younganimators.net. for more information.
Topics to be covered:
The first two days will focus on the story of Tane-o-Kura. This will allow the tamariki to connect to the Toropapa stream and learn about conservation measures of the past. ‘Young Animators Education’ will work with the tamariki to create an animated version of the Tane-o-Kura story (or their own conservation project).
On the Thursday night, it is planned that Piripi Smith will talk to the tamariki about the stars and how they connect to our whenua.
Friday will involve the story of how Tarawera got its name and the symbolism within the name for us today. This story will be depicted in mahi toi with the guardians by Phil Belcher. There will be an option for students to produce a carving during the course instead of an animated story.
For more information or to register your interest please email
Tarawera C9 Lands
Beneficial Owners of the Trust are invited to attend the
2019 Annual General Meeting of Owners
on Saturday the 12th of October 2019
at the Napier Conference Centre, 48 Marine Parade, Napier
commencing at 9.30am
An agenda will be mailed to owners whose
addresses are known.
Owners who have NOT received an agenda may
phone Amy on (06) 835 5018 to request one.
The scheduled finish time is 12.30pm,
and with a light lunch to follow.
Only beneficial owners shall have speaking and voting rights,
other persons may only speak at the invitation of the Chairman.
Proxies will not be accepted.
This notice is issued by the Chairman of Trustees,