Spread the word
Use our web banners and posters or create your own from one of our templates, and help spread the word.
Connect to the campaign via social media
Social media plays an important part in Conservation Week.
Our Conservation blog runs a series of posts during the week, and we showcase what others are doing and sharing online.
You can support Conservation on your own channels.
- Use hashtag #ConservationWeek.
- Tag us using @docgovtnz in your content.
- Encourage your followers to get on board and show New Zealand some love!
Read stories on our blog
Easy ways to get involved in conservation moving forward
20 September 2019
Now that we’re at the pointy end of Conservation Week 2019, your involvement and dedication to conservation doesn’t have to end here. Conservation is a year-round activity.
Celebrating 50 years of Conservation Week. How far we’ve come since 1969.
15 September 2019
New Zealand is known globally for our efforts in conservation. We're nowhere near done, but we've made considerable progress over the past 50 years.
Te Tapuwae o Rongokako Marine Reserve
15 September 2019
Marine reserves are one of New Zealand Aotearoa’s special protected places where ecosystems are left to thrive naturally, and this Conservation Week we’re checking out Te Tapuwae o Rongokako on the East Coast. Te Tapuwae o Rongokako is about 16 km north of Gisborne and can be accessed at Pouawa by heading up State Highway […]
Our top ten picks on how to get involved in Conservation Week this year
10 September 2019
Conservation Week starts this Saturday and we’ve put together a list of our top ten ideas and activities from all around the country, that you and your family can do to get involved.
Let us know how you would like to be involved in Conservation Week.