Auckland Conservation BoardImage: Auckland Conservation Board
Conservation boards are independent bodies, established by statute. Each board represents the public interest in the work of DOC, and conservation in general, within the area of jurisdiction of that board. They are advisors to DOC and the New Zealand Conservation Authority.
There are 15 conservation boards, each with a defined geographical area and up to 12 members.
Conservation Boards' newsletter - June 2017
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Conservation boards represent the public and offer interaction between communities and DOC. Nominations are invited for positions on all 15 conservation boards.