It is estimated that roughly half of the world’s native forests have been cleared. Our mission is to replant as many hectares as possible.
Forests and native ecosystems are complex and dynamic in nature. They are more than the sum of the individual organisms that inhabit them. A healthy ecosystem is self-organizing and has the in-built capacity to withstand disturbances. These ecological principles underpin how we go about our work.
Our restoration projects deliver more than just a bunch of trees and shrubs. We focus on putting the right species in the right places, and in the right combinations. A certain barrier or threshold needs to be overcome for resilient ecosystems to take off. We do this through careful planning and efficient/adaptive implementation. This approach is reflected in our company name, Threshold Environmental.
To date, we have restored more than 1000 hectares of cleared land in the Fitz-Stirling region of the Gondwana Link initiative.