Judy Oakden and Nan Wehipeihana were delighted to attend the release of the Māori Agribusiness Prototype Evaluation report by the Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy and the Minister for Māori Development Te Ururoa Flavell today.
“A report by Kinnect Group evaluates the Government’s work to build partnerships with M?ori asset owners, a core part of MPI’s Māori Agribusiness programme. The aim is to help owners make informed decisions on improving their assets by connecting them with the right skills and knowledge. This has involved a range of projects covering different property sizes, land-holding structures and uses. The evaluation found the programme made a “valuable and worthwhile contribution”.