Sea Change - Tai Timu Tai Pari is a two-year project to develop a new marine spatial plan for the Hauraki Gulf.
The programme manages New Zealand dotterel on the Coromandel Peninsula. It is a partnership between DOC, Newmont Waihi Gold and local volunteers.
Learn more about Te Tapatoru ā Toi - a new approach to bicultural partnership in the management of Moutohorā Wildlife Management Reserve and Ōhope and Tauwhare Pā scenic reserves.
Project Janszoon works in partnership with the Department of Conservation to help the ecological restoration of the Abel Tasman National Park.
The Momorangi Bay Conservation Project aims to restore the missing canopy tree species of Momorangi Bay in the Marlborough Sounds. It is sponsored by Kathmandu Ltd.
The Glaciers to Wetlands Restoration Project aims to restore the Ōkārito Wetland System and has been made possible by funding from the Air New Zealand Environment Trust.
This pest management project will protect a wide range of native flora and fauna in the iconic Matukituki Valley. It will benefit native species, ecosystems and recreational users.
Find out about this community-driven project dedicated to the protection and enhancement of kōwhai trees in Otago.
Banrock Station Wines are helping to re-establish a population of New Zealand's rarest waterfowl species in Fiordland National Park.
Find out about this exciting community-driven initiative supporting conservation projects in Fiordland, Southland and New Zealand's subantarctic Islands.
Fiordland’s Wapiti hunters are taking aim at a new species by complementing DOC’s predator control work with stoat trapping in the Glaisnock Wilderness Area of Fiordland National Park.
K9 Natural sponsors species dogs in Fiordland who are doing great conservation work for the Department of Conservation.
Find out about this major conservation project working to restore the Kepler area to its former state.
The locally owned Fiordland Lobster Company has been instrumental in the restoration of Pigeon Island, a 73 ha in-shore island in Dusky Sound of Fiordland National Park.
Find out how local tourism company Real Journeys is supporting the conservation management of threatened species in Fiordland.
This project has enabled DOC to put out over 150 stoat trap boxes along the Routeburn Track to help protect native species in the Routeburn area.
The Sinbad Sanctuary Project is a partnership between DOC, the Fiordland Conservation Trust and Southern Discoveries. A pest control programme has been established to help increase numbers of native species in the valley.
The Trust aims to stablish and fund a world class sanctuary on Te Puka-Hereka Island (known as Coal Island) for rare and endangered native species. You can volunteer for a 6-day trap checks project.
Ballance Agri-Nutrients are helping to provide a cosy future for some little Southland locals.
Join a conservation group in your community