We have been allocated just over $500 million over the next four years to create nature-based job opportunities for approximately 6,000 people.
The Royal Cam chick needs a name. Name submissions have now closed but come back 19 August to vote on your favourite name.
In our latest episode, Jenny Christie talks about how we can manage and reduce the impacts of climate change on our native species and ecosystems.
Get involved in activities around the country, and find out about volunteering for conservation.More
Department of Corrections’ Community Work Teams have returned to their adopted site at Waikato’s Lake Ruatuna.
Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage today declared Rakitū Island, off the coast of Aotea/Great Barrier Island, predator free.
Get your tramping boots ready – bookings for Fiordland’s Milford and Routeburn Great Walks will open on 18 and 19 August respectively.
Spending time in nature is referred to as good for the soul, so this Conservation Week breathe in the air of the sea, take in the views of natural landscapes in Eastern Bay of Plenty.More