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Tū Manawa Ora: Rangatahi Summer Camp

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February 18, 2023

A week-long interactive adventure camp at Pīwakawaka farm and Te Ao Hou Marae.

You will explore wild places, learn life skills, and live in community. Themes include Matauranga Māori, Regenerative Kai Systems, Holistic Wellbeing, Native Forests, Climate Leadership, and Te Awa Tupua [The Whanganui River catchment].

All expenses paid scholarships are being offered to Rangatahi (young people aged 16 - 24) within the Manawatū- Whanganui Region. Rangatahi can apply through our application form. Those 20 selected will include at least 50% uri from the Whanganui river, and represent a range of ages, experience and backgrounds.

Scholarship link: http://tinyurl.com/manawaora

Facilitators

Project Leads
-Emma Morris- Education and Kai Coordinator at the Learning Environment, Urban Planner
Guest Facilitators
-Sam O’Sullivan - Holistic Wellbeing Coordinator at the Learning Environment, Clinical
Psychologist.
-Geoff Hipango - Te Ao Hou Kaumatua, Mental Health & Addictions Service Manager at Te Oranganui.
-Jo Baxter - Game developer, Engineering + Horticulture, Nga Paerangi, Kaiwhaiki Pa.
-Marama Baron - Land Based Training Educator, Horticulture, Nga Paerangi, Kaiwhaiki Pa.

Guest Facilitators
-Dave Hursthouse, Learning Environment Kaimahi, Wilderness focus.
-Leo Gedye, Learning Environment Kaimahi, Food System focus.
-Cameron Ryan, Learning Environment Kaimahi, native forest focus.
-Julie Crocker, Learning Environment Kaimahi, holistic wellbeing focus.
-Dane Scott, Dane Scott Creative, film and tāonga pūoro
+ additional guest facilitators focusing on rangatahi leadership and maramataka