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Members of the Department of Conservation’s West Coast offices are banding together with their communities to celebrate Conservation Week and raise awareness of more than 4,000 at-risk plants and animals.
The Department of Conservation has confirmed the annual Conservation Week will run from 5 – 11 September this year.
More than a hundred people attended three workshops organised by Ziptrek Ecotours and other Queenstown operators during Conservation Week.
Footprints Waipoua’s manager on helping to preserve taonga and coping with opposition to the eco-tourism venture.
The Glenfern Sanctuary manager on protecting the environment and using tourism to support conservation.
Pūkaha’s GM on the growth of the unique attraction and the challenges of operating a conservation-based attraction.
Rotorua Canopy Tours’ GM on the benefits of integrating conservation into tourism and why NZ can lead the way.
DOC’s director-general on 50 years of Conservation Week and how tourism can play a vital role in enhancing the environment.
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