Threats and impacts from weeds
Common weeds in New Zealand
What you can do about weeds
Abel Tasman Birdsong Trust in partnership with Department of Conservation (DOC) will begin work to control and eradicate wilding pines from Abel Tasman National Park.
Until April 2010, Fiordland had been apparently free of the pest seaweed Undaria. Now efforts are underway to rid the area of this invasive pest. This factsheet outlines what's happened and how you can help.
This is a list of exotic plants growing wild in Canterbury; a total of 1366 taxa (includes species and subspecies).
This list has been compiled to improve consistency for what have been loosely referred to as 'DOC weeds'.
Read a report about the distribution and potential impact of 32 species of weeds on Kapiti Island and nearby offshore islands.
This strategic plan describes the long term goal, objectives, general principles and means by which DOC will seek to protect native species and natural communities from threats posed by invasive weeds.
This brochure helps you identify pest plants that may escape from your garden into native bush and spread out of control.
Wilding conifer spread is present in nearly all regions of the South Island. This publication outlines the problem and discusses possible solutions.
The purpose of the plan is to set out how DOC will seek to protect native species and protected natural areas from threats posed by invasive weeds.
This report reviews the risk of incidental transfer of freshwater pest plants through DOC's activities related to the survey and monitoring of New Zealand mudfish populations.
Get an overview of the wilding tree problem in the Mackenzie basin and upper Waitaki valley and what is being done about it.
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