Find out more about the funds and scholarships available from Waikato Regional Council.
Read more about the roles and responsibilities of regional councils towards biodiversity.
Learn about the history of the Waikato region, its native vegetation and its native species.
All over the region, people are going the extra mile for our biodiversity. Read some of their stories - and get inspired!
Learn more about the Hamilton Halo project, which aims to bring native birds back into Hamilton city.
How could we better manage our indigenous biodiversity? Read this thinkpiece.
Learn more about this initiative to raise people’s awareness of long-tailed bats (Chalinolobus tubercultus).
Find out more about forest fragments in the Waikato region and threats to these patches of native forest.
Take a look at our range of planting guides for native plants, especially tailored for areas all over the Waikato region.
Learn more about why scrub vegetation is such a valuable resource, and what constitutes a scrub plant.
Find out more about this project aimed at restoring indigenous biodiversity in the Waikato.
The Waikato is home to 22 types of native fish, as well as freshwater crayfish (koura), shrimps, and invertebrates.
Learn about how we're working to protect and enhance our remaining natural habitats, native animals and native plants.
Learn more about traditional Maori use of natural resources and how this taonga is protected.