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November 2017  Te Kawa O Te Urewera

With its national park status rescinded in 2014, Te Urewera is now understood as a 'living entity.' While the values found in Te Kawa guide those who look after Te Urewera, they also serve to challenge and inspire all to live in greater harmony with the natural world.

About Conservation Boards  A Voice For Local Communities

What are Conservation Boards and what purpose do they serve? Bruce Jefferies, Deputy Chairperson from the Central Otago Lakes Branch of the Forest and Bird Protection Society, explains the function of Conservation Boards and the essential role they play in representing public interests in DOC operations and conservation in general.

Barnsey's guide to  QEII Covenants

Do you know your parks from your reserves? Which ones might be swapped tomorrow, which will be there for your grandchildren? Understand the legalese behind the land parcels that collectively constitute our public conservation land.

Barnsey's guide to  National Parks

Do you know your parks from your reserves? Which ones might be swapped tomorrow, which will be there for your grandchildren. Understand the legalese behind the land parcels that collectively constitute our public conservation land, starting with National Parks...

Barnsey's guide to  Regional parks

Do you know your parks from your reserves? Which ones might be swapped tomorrow, which will be there for your grandchildren? Understand the legalese behind the land parcels that collectively constitute our public conservation land.

Barnsey's guide to  Wilderness areas

Do you know your parks from your reserves? Which ones might be swapped tomorrow, which will be there for your grandchildren?Understand the legalese behind the land parcels that collectively constitute our public conservation land.

Wilderlife
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