Find out about potential student projects at Boundary Stream Mainland Island in Hawke's Bay.
A summary of the resources, activities, and opportunities DOC Manawatū Rangitīkei has available for environmental education.
Find out more about education projects and programmes in the Auckland region.
Experiencing Marine Reserves (EMR) is a national programme of experiential learning about marine conservation. The programme is under the auspices of the Mountains to Sea Conservation Trust.
View and download the Northland Wildfire Prevention education programme teaching resource.
Seabird Solutions Trust factsheets offer students an opportunity to explore the lives of seabirds. There are also lesson plans for teachers.
The Big Picture is part of the Department of Conservation's education strategy. It encapsulates essential Big Ideas and Values about how we are part of the natural world around us and how we can make a difference.
'The Outlook for Someday' challenges young New Zealanders to make a sustainability-related film.
The tuna tapestry is a project to inspire children to take an interest in and promote conservation of the longfin eel.
This activity book for youngsters on road trips follows Sylvie as she takes a holiday with Uncle Don the DOC ranger.
Get a brochure about the Waimaori streamcare programme - an educational monitoring programme inspiring people to actively care for their local waterways and aquatic life.
Year 1 to Year 13 students can enjoy a native bush interpretation walk following the easy grade Whinray Scenic Reserve Track.
The Whitebait Connection is an action based environmental education programme offering ways to become involved in the future health of our local streams and rivers.
Kiwi Ranger programme
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Enviroschools website: a whole school approach to education for sustainability
LEARNZ website: Register for a conservation virtual field trip
Natural Heritage Collection website offers schools free images of NZ's native species
View the Wildtrack children's nature series on NZ on Screen
For more information contact your local DOC office or email conservED@doc.govt.nz