+Team Paradise Posted May 14, 2003 Share Posted May 14, 2003 I've just been reading the NZ forum... It's Deja Vu but without the pain ! Basically it appears that the NZ Dept of Conservation (who manage ALL New Zealand public land) got wind of geocaching and posted to the forum asking for a meeting. One was held and the DOC's requirements were outlined, which included the NZ geocachers forming a 'society' as one of the conditions. This was done with a minimum of fuss and the NZ geocachers got their dispensation to allow caching on DOC managed land (which the DOC has previously deemed to be illegal under NZ law). A few lessons to be learned from the way our antipodean counterparts managed the process, maybe ? Steve [This message was edited by Team Paradise on May 15, 2003 at 04:54 AM.] Quote Link to comment
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