Department of Conservation / Te Papa Atawhai
- DOC enforces laws protecting New Zealand’s biodiversity and historic heritage, protects native plants, animals and habitats, looks after tracks, tramping huts and campgrounds, provides information for visitors and manages visitor bookings.
- Co-ordinates with, and trains, conservation volunteers, and manages permits and licences for hunters, fishers and companies using conservation land.
- Maintains and restores historical areas and buildings, and promotes conservation.
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