Pigment hunters

Thanks to Israel Tangaroa-Birch I have been using the left over kōkōwai he gifted us last semester, it comes from the side of a volcano called Maunganui Bluff on the West coast by Waipoua forest. Other students received some from his marae up north Ngai Tawake. Today I took my tamariki to search for some natural pigment where we currently live, we ended up at the awa and it was a definite success.

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