Toetoe is a giant tussock grass and New Zealand’s largest native grass. Maori have long valued every part of this plant. The leaves were used to make baskets, walls and roof thatching. The stem was used as shafts for hunting arrows and pipes. The toetoe is also a part of Maori healing culture. It stops bleeding, diarrhea, kidney and bladder conditions. The toetoe also provides food and shelter to wildlife.
In the 1850s, the town of Toetoe was part of the development of the kauri gum and timber industries. People came from all over to harvest gum and the trees were milled for building materials. Toetoe is one of the places that contributed to the development of New Zealand. Toetoe is a giving providerand she is worthy of her namesake.
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