New name, same mission.
Restoring forest ecosystems remains an integral pillar of our work, starting with the suitability of the soils for tree planting and selection of species within the landscape context. The ecosystem approach to planting the right tree in the right place means working with the land, not against it, to establish biodiverse and resilient native habitats.
We are proud to be developing the largest woodland creation scheme in Southwest England and some of the largest nature regeneration projects in Scotland. We are also excited to be developing the first natural regeneration project under the Woodland Carbon Code: a scheme which aims to catalyze the restoration of ancient woodlands across all parts of the UK.
At the same time, we have expanded the breadth of habitats we restore. We are now working with landowners, NGOs, and investors to restore degraded peatlands and bring lost woods back to life.
To do this, we have expanded the breadth and speed of our data ingestion, and improved our platform’s ability to systematically process vast areas of land to prioritize natural interventions where they will have the greatest impact. Visualizing and quantifying these opportunities at the property, landscape, and national scale enables project stakeholders to co-design nature networks that enhance the resilience of core habitats and create connectivity corridors.
Zulu Ecosystems’ pioneering technology enables landowners and investors to quickly and confidently assess, finance, and manage high impact landscape-scale projects. Importantly, these projects generate returns from a range of ecosystem services that represent the mosaic of habitats within a landscape.