A DOC competition to encourage West Coast kids to tell their nature stories attracted 88 entries from throughout the West Coast.
A successful Conservation Week in the Waikato finishes on a high this weekend by celebrating women’s action in the environment at Hine e Hine in Hamilton.
The sneaky Woody Weed made a run for it on Napier streets this week, encouraging Hawke’s Bay locals to replace weeds with natives this Saturday.
There is still time to register for kiwi and weka avoidance training in Hokitika as a part of Conservation Week 2019.
For this year’s Conservation Week, DOC encourages East Coasters to take action in their own backyards to be Predator Free by 2050.
Join in on some of the activities taking place around the region to help nature out and celebrate 50 years of Conservation Week.
It’s now easier than ever to get your tamariki into nature in Taranaki with a special explorer medal available during Conservation Week 2019.
Conservation Week is celebrating its fiftieth year. To celebrate there are several events on the West Coast, and many ways to get involved in this year’s Conservation Week, which runs from 14-22 September.
DOC is encouraging people in Hauraki to celebrate 50 years of Conservation Week by taking action for our taonga. Join in to connect with nature and give our native species and natural landscapes a helping hand.
For Conservation Week's fiftieth year, we reflect on the groups and people in Taranaki who have protected our nature and inspired the next 50 years of conservation.
Take a moment to celebrate and enjoy nature this Conservation Week 4–12 September 2021.