Advice for community groups, farmers, landowners and anyone involved in conservation restoration on how to restore habitats.
Learn about animal pests, why they are a problem and ways to control them.
Learn how to run successful beach clean-ups. They're easy community events that people enjoy and can make a difference to your local recreational areas.
This section is designed to help you think about your restoration project, the key features of the site, the vision you have for it, the actions required and how much it is likely to cost.
Find out about coastal foredunes and how you can help restore them.
Learn how work programmes - whether forest, bush, wetlands, freshwater or coastal work - all have the potential to harm our cultural and historic heritage.
A reference guide for people undertaking activities that may impact on freshwater.
Learn about sourcing and growing local plants for your restoration project.
This kit shows how you as a landowner can help to protect the biodiversity values on your land by using the tools and actions provided in this document.
Learn about the benefits of streams on farms, how to provide for fish passage and how to protect fish habitat.
Weeds have a significant impact on our native plant communities, find out why and how to control them.
Find out about the importance of wetlands and what to plant if you want to restore a wetland.
DOC’s Inventory and Monitoring Toolbox - methods for sampling populations of species