Landscape Restoration: Growing and planting native species across Mongolia’s landscapes
Tree Global was engaged by the Mongolian government to build a nursery for the country’s large-scale landscape restoration plans, in partnership with national, regional, and municipal authorities. Tree Global also worked with several large mining companies to help meet their commitments to restore lands to the original state following the completion of mining projects.
Tree Global produced over 35 species, ranging from Northern Siberian forest to Gobi Desert species. Tree Global also worked with a non-governmental organization to grow and plant a variety of native species in the Tuul River watershed, including Siberian pine, Siberian apricot, and Asian white birch.
According to the World Bank, typical survival rates on traditional planting projects in Mongolia averaged 12%. Tree Global’s seedlings consistently surpassed 90% survival rates.