Mō FOMA

Me Uru Kahikatea Awards

Roll of Honour

 003  Malcolm Short Te Arawa  2015 
 004  Waka Vercoe Mataatua  2015
 005  Ingrid Collins Tairawhiti 2016 
 006 Rore Pat Stafford Te Tau Ihu O Te Waka A Maui 2016
 007 Paul Morgan QSO Te Tau Ihu O Te Waka A Maui 2017
 008 Joe Everitt Taitokerau 2017
 009 Tumanako Wereta Tuwharetoa 2017
 010 Derek Kotuku Wooster Tainui 2017
 011 Tama Nikora Mataatua 2017
 012 Liz Mellish MNZM Te Upoko O Te Ika 2017
 013 Kingi Smiler Takitimu 2017
 014 Peter Charleton Aotea 2017
 015 Rutene Irwin Tairawhiti 2017
 016 Alex Wilson Te Arawa 2017
 017 Ta Tipene O’Regan Te Waipounamu 2017
 018 Margaret McGuire Takitimu 2018
 019 Stanley Pardow Tairawhiti 2018
 020 Ratahi Cross Tairawhiti 2018
 021 James Heemi Wheeler Te Tau Ihu O Te Waka A Maui 2019
 022 Karleen Everitt Taitokerau 2019

Our Work Programmes

Case Study Forestry

Forestry

FOMA member says the idea of national FOMA was to collectivise Maori interests, share information, and create scale and opportunities to influence change for the betterment of members.

Case Study Horticulture

Horticulture

FOMA has had a cohort of members involved in horticulture for many years, and over 30 years the federation's interest in horticulture has increased.

Case Study Honey

Honey

Manuka's transition from firewood to a honey supply is providing a valuable commodity for Maori land block owners.

Our Sponsors

Beef & Lamb New Zealand
Zespri
Te Awanui Ki Te Whai Ao
Ngai Tukairangi Trust
Ballance | Agri Nutrients
Fulton Hogan
Foma Innovation
Institute of Directors NZ
British High Commission
Kono | LOVE FOR THE LAND RESPECT FOR THE SEA
The University of Auckland | Engineering
Victoria University of Wellington
MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology
Ministry for Women