The Sustainable Farming Fund (SFF) invests in farmer, grower and forester-led projects that deliver economic, environmental and social benefits to New Zealand’s land-based primary industries. Click here to find out more.
The Potato Museum, started (1975) in Brussels, Belgium, is the world's first museum about the potato and features the planet's largest collection about this valuable vegetable. At this website you will find features, exhibits from the potato museum collections as well as interactive modules, teacher and student resources, blogs, and a shop. Click here to read more.
Otuataua Stonefields (Mangere) - follow link for more information
Currently (2015-16) there is a move to developing land close to the Otuataua stonefields near Mangere which are probably the best representation of pre-European maara/gardens which supported a large Maori population. Follow the links below for some of the community responses and more information generally. More information on the history here.
Link to this site which provides a central location for sharing educational videos related to the field of Ethnobotany. A wide range of interesting videos available to watch.
The International Potato Centre is a hub of research aligned to potatoes, sweetpotatoes and other root crops. The Centre has its primary campus in Lima, Peru with a number of satellite research locations around the world. Check out their current work.
And while considering the crops in other lands - visit the Potato Park near Cusco, Peru
Internationally there are many producers of crops we are familiar with - and this leads to many uses of those foods. The following pages give some more unique insights.
Visit this page to see the Jeju sweetpotato tarts (South Korea)
Visit the Potatoes NZ website - learn more about New Zealand's favourite vegetable
AgriSea NZ Ltd is a local NZ company based in Paeroa that has been brewing quality seaweed based products since 1996. The company is family owned and operated. The company produces Seaweed Soil, Foliar, Turf, Pasture and Animal Health concentrates for Agriculture and Horticulture.
Contact the Horticulture representative Lindsay Wehipeihana here.