Conservation-opoly is a board game that provides a fun twist to the classic game of Monopoly. The game aims to raise awareness about the importance of biodiversity conservation and sustainable agriculture practices. The game requires a minimum of two players and is recommended for players in stages 3 and 4. Players roll the dice and move clockwise around the board, performing actions based on the space they land on, such as buying or selling paddock cards or conserving habitats to gain biodiversity points. Players also encounter random events and markets that offer produce cards for paddocks or conservation zone cards for habitats. The game ends when the timer runs out, and players add up their dollars and biodiversity points to determine the winner, with players out of the game if they can’t afford required actions.