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Tūhoe Te Uru Taumatua and the Living Future Collaborative New Zealand are jointly hosting this four-day live-in event. This experience will be a unique exchange between manuhiri (visiting participants) and Tūhoe. Tūhoe will share their philosophies for living in unity with Te Urewera - the natural world - and each other.  Manuhiri will bring a sharing of whole living systems thinking, regenerative development frameworks, living buildings, experiences and expertise from New Zealand and around the world. Te Ohu means “working bee”.  The focus of this ohu is a collaborative exploration of beliefs, philosophies, principles and concepts that will guide the design and development of future Tūhoe village communities, within the broader ecosystem.  Register below now:

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general information

First Name
Middle Name
Last Name
What is your age range?
Occupation
Briefly, what is your passion or purpose?
Please briefly describe your experience working with Living Buildings, Regenerative Practitioner frameworks, Ngai Tuhoe, Te Urewera. (Note: This is not a prerequisite!)
T-Shirt size: (for Te Ohu T-Shirt)

Contact Details

Email
Contact Phone
Street Address
Town
State/Region
Country
Postcode/Zipcode

health and wellbeing

Emergency Contact Name
Emergency Contact Phone Number
Do you have any allergies? (eg. insect stings, medication)
Please describe or write N/A:
Do you have any medical conditions that the event organisers should be aware of?
Please describe or write N/A:
Do you have any accessibility requirements that the event organisers should be aware of? (eg. hearing, sight)
Please describe or write N/A:
Do you have any dietary requirements? (ie. vegetarian)
Please describe or write N/A:
How would you describe a walk you're comfortable with?
You'll need to bring the following things with you in order to participate safely and comfortably: Any medication you require, sleeping bag/blankets, pillow, raincoat, sturdy shoes for walking, water bottle, torch, sun protection.

travel

You will need to arrive at Te Kura Whare, Tāneatua, between 11:30am and 11:45am on Thursday 15 February 2018 for the welcome pōhiri which begins the event at midday.  The event finishes at Te Kura Whare midday on Sunday 18 February.  We would like to make your travel to and from Tāneatua as easy as possible.

Where are you travelling from?
How do you plan to travel to Taneatua?
If driving, are you open to taking some travel buddies with you?
Would you like to find a ride with somebody who is planning to drive?
Subject to numbers, there may be a bus option from Auckland at a cost of approx. NZD$100. Is this of interest?
Do you require further information about travel options?

Privacy

We would love to let other participants know who will be attending Te Ohu so people can get excited about who they'll meet. Do you allow your name, occupation and your town/country to be shared with the other attendees?

This information has been requested to help safeguard your health, safety and wellbeing – and aid the design of what will be a great event. The information you’ve provided will only be shared on a need-to-know basis with those organising the event.

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