The Owhaoko B & D Trust administers seven land blocks comprising a total of 13,776 hectares or 34,042 acres.
It forms part of the Mōkai Pātea lands which belong to Ngāti Tamakōpiri, Ngāti Whitikaupeka and Ngāti Whiti Tama.
Located north of the Napier Taihape Road, the property contains a mixture of steep broken country, easy rolling tussock and moderately steep scrub and forest.
The land is currently used for hunting and recreational activities and the harvesting of Manuka honey.
Kia mau tonu ki te mana me te mauri o te whenua i roto i ngā tikanga o tātou tūpuna, tuku iho ki ngā uri.
The prestige and life force of the land is enhanced beneath the mantle of our ancestral traditions
The sustainable management of all our resources.
Owners & Whānau
Know our owners - Grow the database of owners and implement an owners and whānau communication plan.
Distribute benefits to our owners - Invest in our people, make general welfare payments and establish meaningful pathways to employment.
Kaitiakitanga - Continue to implement the conservation and ecological management plan in a robust and comprehensive manner.
Whakapapa - Implement initiatives to increase connectivity of whanau to whanau, whanau to whenua.
Business Activities - Review, maintain and enhance business activities, build long term strategic relationships and maintain a strong organisation and infrastructure.
Expansion - Identify, prioritise and develop new business opportunities.
Rangatiratanga Kaitiakitanga Whanaungatanga Whakapapa
There are currently seven Trustees and an Executive General Manager. Read more of their profile here.