Find out about conservation education projects and programmes that DOC is involved with.
DOC has part-funded and supported the production of the Fatcat & Fishface CD, BIRDBRAIN, a tribute to our native birds.
Find out about potential student projects at Boundary Stream Mainland Island in Hawke's Bay.
Experiencing Marine Reserves (EMR) is a national programme of experiential learning about marine conservation. The programme is under the auspices of the Mountains to Sea Conservation Trust.
The world’s habitats are in danger and you can help save them. Children can play a mobile game called Habitat the Game by visiting a variety of DOC sites at Taputeranga Marine Reserve along Wellington’s South Coast.
Kiwi Ranger is a fun interactive programme free to kids and families. It's a fun way to get to know New Zealand's special places together.
LEARNZ is an online education programme for students in New Zealand schools.
Apply to be part of the MAD Marine hui to be held 20-23 January 2015 at Motutapu Outdoor Education Camp. This annual hui is for young, environmentally minded, potential youth leaders.
Find out more about the Growing Minds programme, an initiative by the Supporters of Tiritiri Matangi to increase the numbers of school kids visiting Tiritiri Matangi Island.
The Big Picture is part of the Department of Conservation's education strategy. It encapsulates essential Big Ideas and Values about how we are part of the natural world around us and how we can make a difference.
'The Outlook for Someday' challenges young New Zealanders to make a sustainability-related film.
The tuna tapestry is a project to inspire children to take an interest in and promote conservation of the longfin eel.
This activity book for youngsters on road trips follows Sylvie as she takes a holiday with Uncle Don the DOC ranger.
Year 1 to Year 13 students can enjoy a native bush interpretation walk following the easy grade Whinray Scenic Reserve Track.
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