Some regional events are part of national events such as Conservation Week and World Wetlands Day.
The Port Waikato Beachcare group are holding a School Holiday Planting Day on 11 July.
Bring the kids!
This walk programme has been postponed.
A hui supporting conservation groups with tools and knowledge needed to carry out successful projects.
Join a community effort to restore a valuable wildlife habitat.
Buy your 2015/16 Taupo Fishery Annual Licence online and be in to win either a pair of Simms G3 Waders and boots in your size, or a Lowrance elite-5x colour fish finder.
Join Greening Taupō and locals planting native plants at Whakaipō Bay, a beautiful and quiet recreation reserve on the North West shores of Lake Taupō.
To celebrate Wellington’s 150th birthday celebration, DOC will be hosting a spectacular 'two day tea break' at the Old Government Buildings on 25 and 26 July 2015.
Join the Department of Conservation and Forest and Bird for a weekend of conservation in the Catlins.
What will you discover in the night time forest? Join DOC rangers as they walk along the Kepler Track, listening and looking for the creatures of the night.
Join Muriel and whanau from Ōraka-Aparima Rūnaka and make a traditionally styled manu (kite) to celebrate the time of Puaka and Matariki.
This year DOC will take you on a journey south, setting off from Bluff you will travel through the Roaring Forties to our amazing Subantarctic Islands.
Wherever you are in the country, you can get involved in these national events and public awareness events.
Get involved with DOC volunteer activities in your region.
Find activities you can do outdoors, in your garden and with children.
Conservation Week will be held on 1-8 November 2015.