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Day One – Monday 17 July 2017

7:30am

Registrations open

8:30am

Pōwhiri

9:30am

Paramanawa / Morning Tea

10.00am

Te Awa Tupua – Te Awa O Whanganui

10:20am

Whakamihi

10:40am

Te Mana o Ngā Tuna

11:10am

Te Mana o Te Wai

11:40am

The State of Tuna

  • Dr Grant Blackwell, Principal Science Advisor Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment

12:15pm

Kai o te Rānui / Lunch

1:00pm

 

 

 

Iwi Kaitiaki Projects

2:00pm

Kai Rangahau: Information and Tools

3:15pm

Wā Kapu Tī / Afternoon

3.30pm

North Island Tuna Review

4.00pm

Commercial Perspectives

4:30pm

Kei Hea Ngā Tuna? Political Panel Discussion

6:00pm

Whakawhānaungatanga

6:30pm

DINNER

 

Day Two – Tuesday 18 July 2017

8:30am

Mihi

John Maihi, Whanganui Kaumatua

8:40am

Te Wai Māori Trust – summary of first day, setting the scene

9.00am

National efforts to improve management of piharau / kanakana

In this special session on piharau/kanakana, representatives of Murihiku, Whanganui and Taranaki iwi will discuss the work they have been doing to protect and enhance the piharau/kanakana fishery and share their views on the benefits of collaboration to advance the health and wellbeing of fishery.

Click here to view PDF Piharau/Kanakana background information

10:00am

National Tuna Forum Discussion

11.30am

Whanganui Closing

  • Te Awa Tupua

12:00

Kai o te Rānui, Poroporoaki