Strong foundations through effective involvement of people
Enhancing biodiversity on private land
Annie Perkins (Groundwork Associates Limited) presenting this research
Objectives of this research
Explore ways to catalyse biodiversity change on private land at a community or regional level by interviewing the landowners who are impacted by these initiatives
Identify a wide array of tools that can be used by councils, community groups, and agencies to support the on-the-ground biodiversity activities undertaken by landowners.
Identify synergies and conflicts between the tools identified.
Landowners who had completed significant biodiversity enhancement work were selected
Semi-structured interviews were conducted with eleven landowners from seven rural Waikato properties
Interview output was systematically processed to identify direct and indirect tools for biodiversity enhancement as well as positives and negatives of each tool, and synergies and conflicts with other tools
Results from landowner interviews were presented at a series of workshops and feedback was collected
Results were also checked against input from two other research projects.
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For a full description of the methods used, please view the full report (linked below).