Conservation Management Strategy – He mahere rautaki hei tiaki te taiao mō ngā tupuranga whakaheke – a strategic plan to care for the environment for generations to come.
A Conservation Management Strategy is a 10 year strategic document that describes how the treasured places, native plants and animals DOC cares for on your behalf will be managed.
Submissions on the Northland, Auckland and Waikato Conservation Management Strategies closed on 15 March 2013. The submissions we received are currently being analysed and it is hoped hearings will be scheduled during April and May. DOC staff will be in touch with you shortly if you have made a submission.
Find out who gets involved and the formal statutory process for developing conservation management strategies.
Find the conservation management strategy consultation information for each region, including the consultation timetable. Submissions on the Northland, Auckland and Waikato Conservation Management Strategies close on 15 March 2013.
Find how what is involved in making a submission on a draft conservation management strategy. Download the factsheet the submission form.
In this video Department of Conservation Programme Manager Kerry Swadling explains how DOC has produced maps with indicative national conservation priorities and now needs input from communities on what is important to you.
Current conservation management strategies
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