Love DOC Day

Written By: - Date published: 11:14 am, April 11th, 2013 - 3 comments
Categories: Conservation - Tags: ,

Today is Love DOC Day, where lots of people are organising to visit a DOC office and give them cakes and messages of support etc.

Organised by by Forest & Bird, and supported by the PSA, The Greens and Labour’s Environment Sector, today is your chance to show your disgust for National’s cuts to our Environmental protectors in a positive way.

Get involved!

3 comments on “Love DOC Day”

  1. BLiP 2

    What you can do:

    . – . Send a 20-word message of support on a post-it note through Forest & Bird’s website.

    . – . Print out this poster of the event and put it up in your worksite so everyone can see it.

    . – . Wear a green armband or write a message of support on a sheet of paper/large post-it – take a photo and email it to tweet to #lovedoc or post it here – Forest and Bird will collate it and present it to DOC.

    . – . Get to one of the stalls around the country being hosted by Forest and Bird 12pm-2pm on Thursday April 11th – go here to find one in your area.

  2. Alphonso 3

    I can’t stand DOC!
    All they are good at is cutting down all the beautiful exotic trees throughout the country and leaving us with boring natives…
    I don’t support them at all!!!

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