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DOC is changing the way we work so that we can achieve more conservation. Every New Zealander has a stake and a role to play.
Find out about DOC's structure and offices.
Information on DOC's guiding legislation and policy, national and international role in conservation and the advisory bodies it works with.
View media releases and information on current conservation management issues and activities.
View information on the policies and plans that provide the framework for DOC's activities.
Find out how to do business on DOC-managed land and how to get permission to do research on wildlife, collect plants or rocks, or hold animals in captivity.
Find out about both tenders to provide goods and services to DOC, and DOC offerings that can be tendered for.
The Department of Conservation (DOC) turned 25 years old in April 2012. To mark the anniversary an exhibition took place in the foyer of DOC's national office in Wellington. For those who missed the exhibition, it is available for download as a document.
Watch Meet the Locals episodes to learn about New Zealand's wildlife, wild places and the people working to protect them.
Learn about CITES - The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora - and the permits you need to import or export endangered species.