The Council's biodiversity work is primarily focused on private land, helping farmers and other landowners to restore and enhance key native ecosystems.

Biodiversity in Taranaki

Maintaining Taranaki’s native biodiversity ensures the continued survival of indigenous plants, animals and ecosystems important to all of New Zealand.

Key Native Ecosystems

One of the Council’s priorities is to work with farmers and landowners to protect and enhance those areas that have significant biodiversity values—our Key Native Ecosystems (KNEs)...