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A considerable proportion of remaining indigenous species-dominant vegetation occurs on farmland inprivate ownership outside of the public conservation estate. This is particularly true of lowland settings,where native ecosystem representation is critically low. An opportunity exists to link indigenous biodiversityoutcomes on private land with the need to improve the delivery of broad ecosystem services fromfarm systems, at the same time reducing farming's environmental footprint and improvingdoi:10.33584/jnzg.2018.80.361 fatcat:vkvqvd56sjanphlffmti26kelm