Posts Tagged ‘Ethnobotany’

The whakapapa of soil

Wednesday, May 18th, 2022

Professor Nick Roskruge is a Deputy Director and leading researcher at Bioprotection Aotearoa.  He wrote an article for Stuff discussing the whakapapa of soil and its defining pronouncement which establishes place and purpose.

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Professor Nick Roskruge (Massey University) is a Deputy Director for Bioprotection Aotearoa.  Nick specialises in Horticulture/vegetable production, Maori Resource Studies, Maori & Pacific Agribusiness, Ethnobotany.

Nick is involved in the following research projects:

  • Recloaking Papatūānuku: Mānuka me te kānuka (Co-lead)
  • Pou 1 | Project 1.1: Multi-scale integrators of ecosystem health (Researcher)
  • Pou 3 | Project 3.1: How can we create healthy, disease-resistance and climate-resistance soils? (Researcher)