Minister of Conservation (New Zealand)

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Minister of Conservation of New Zealand
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Incumbent
Maggie Barry

since 8 October 2014
Department of Conservation
Style The Honourable
Member of
Reports to Prime Minister of New Zealand
Appointer Governor-General of New Zealand
Term length At Her Majesty's pleasure
Formation 1 April 1987
First holder Russell Marshall
Salary $288,900[1]
Website www.beehive.govt.nz
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The Minister of Conservation is a minister in the government of New Zealand with responsibility for the Department of Conservation. The current Minister is Maggie Barry, member of the New Zealand Parliament for the North Shore.

The Loder Cup awarded for conservation is presented by the minister.

List of past ministers[edit]

Name PM Served Took Office Left Office Party
1 Russell Marshall Lange 1 April 1987 24 August 1987 Labour
2 Helen Clark Lange 24 August 1987 30 January 1989 Labour
3 Philip Woollaston Palmer 30 January 1989 2 November 1990 Labour
Moore
4 Denis Marshall Bolger 2 November 1990 30 May 1996 National
5 Simon Upton Bolger 30 May 1996 16 December 1996 National
6 Nick Smith Bolger 16 December 1996 10 December 1999 National
Shipley
7 Sandra Lee-Vercoe Clark 10 December 1999 15 August 2002 Alliance
8 Chris Carter Clark 15 August 2002 31 October 2007 Labour
9 Steve Chadwick Clark 31 October 2007 19 November 2008 Labour
10 Tim Groser Key 19 November 2008 27 January 2010 National
11 Kate Wilkinson Key 27 January 2010 22 January 2013 National
12 Nick Smith Key 22 January 2013 8 October 2014 National
13 Maggie Barry Key 8 October 2014 Incumbent National
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