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The public conservation land we administer has different layers of protection, depending on which category or status it holds under various legislation.
DOC is encouraging more people to participate in outdoor recreation and protecting and bringing to life our historic heritage.
DOC manages stewardship land under the Conservation Act 1987 to protect its natural and historic values.
How DOC minimises the risks of fires on public conservation land.
Our role includes responsibilities in whale and dolphin watching, whale strandings and accidental catch of marine mammals in fishing.
There are a number of statutory requirements associated with the management of public conservation land.
Learn the various ways New Zealand's coastline is managed.
Information on DOC’s role working with the Resource Management Act.
DOC is responsible for potentially contaminated sites on public conservation land.
Every few years DOC consults the public on trends, risks and opportunities for conservation. This informs our Long-Term Insights Briefing which helps to guide future planning.