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In 2015, Conservation Volunteers New Zealand helped over 700 volunteers plant 50,000 trees, propagate 20,000 native plants, and clean up 36 tonnes of rubbish.

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Community Planting Day Celebrates 10 Years Of Conservation In New Zealand

This year, Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) turns 10 years old. To celebrate, we welcomed everyone who shares our love of the outdoors and our commitment to conserving the environment to a community planting day at Atiu Creek Regional Park in the Kaipara Harbour. We were overwhelmed with the support on the day as an […]
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Be a Gallipoli Volunteer

Applications close on the 30th of Sept for the Gallipoli Volunteer program. Being a volunteer will put you in the centre of activity of the staging of the Gallipoli commemoration services.  It is an absolute unique way to visit, honour the soldiers, and to serve.  Volunteers from previous Gallipoli Volunteer teams have consistently commented at […]
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Join the 2017 Gallipoli volunteer team

Applications are now open for the 2017 Gallipoli Volunteer Team. Each year 30 volunteers travel to Turkey for the experience of a lifetime as a Gallipoli Volunteer. Conservation Volunteers is the provider of the Gallipoli Volunteer program for the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. The 2017 Gallipoli Volunteer Program enables you to experience Gallipoli and the […]
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Join the 2017 Gallipoli Volunteer team

Applications are now open for the 2017 Gallipoli Volunteer Team. Each year 30 volunteers travel to Turkey for the experience of a lifetime as a Gallipoli Volunteer. Conservation Volunteers is the provider of the Gallipoli Volunteer program for the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. The 2017 Gallipoli Volunteer Program enables you to experience Gallipoli and the […]
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Conservation Volunteers respectfully acknowledges tangata whenua, their rich and dynamic culture and their ongoing affinity and cultural obligations within Aotearoa. As a people Māori are intrinsically linked with the natural world and the well-being of natural resources within their region is the basis of their mana. We pay our respect to tangata whenua and their culture, and to elders both past and present.