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The New Zealand Department of Conservation (DOC) is a central government agency reporting to the Minister of Conservation. It is responsible for protecting the natural and historic heritage of New Zealand, as well as providing recreational opportunities for locals and tourists. With around 3,000 employees, the department is divided into 13 conservancies, or regions, across the north and south islands, each of which has between one and four area offices, depending on the size of the conservancy.


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