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Community-based cultural heritage conservation

Cultural heritage conservation in the Solomon Islands

In the Solomon Islands we work in partnership with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) where we have developed cultural heritage conservation modules that integrate into TNC’s terrestrial and marine biodiversity programmes.

The project is currently focusing on heritage conservation in Arnavon Islands (Solomon Islands) – a conservation region that includes a major turtle hatchery and a rich and vulnerable archaeological record.

Melanesian cultural heritage

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Omaio ki Tua project

Omaio ki Tua is a project in partnership with Pukehou Marae, Kahuranaki Marae and the Kairakau Land Trust. It aims to protect and conserve Maori heritage coastal areas of the Ngati Kahungunu rohe. It has been funded by the Department of Conservation through its Community Conservation Partnerships programme.

Read the full article in the NZ Herald website:
University and Hawke's Bay iwi partner up

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