This case study aims to increase our understanding of the contribution Fisheries Local Action Groups (FLAGs) are making to the Biodiversity Strategy for 2030. Funded by the EMFF, each FLAG implements its own local development strategy as part of a participative programme known as Community-Led Local Development (CLLD). This study looks at the way that certain FLAGs implement operations that contribute to the protection or restoration of biodiversity in their local area. The study focuses on five FLAGs. For each FLAG it presents their local circumstances and looks more closely at some of the operations that they have undertaken to protect or restore biodiversity in their area.