Partnering to preserve. Investing for impact
At QTFN, we power environmental progress by doing things differently.
Our work proves that biodiversity makes good business sense. We restore and protect ecologically significant habitats, lead and facilitate research programs and collaborate on projects with proven benefits for the environment and our stakeholders.
With us, biodiversity isn’t the only beneficiary. We work to deliver environmental, economic, social and cultural outcomes – from healthier soil and sustainable rural livelihoods to corporate KPIs, breakthrough research and investor returns.
We restore and safeguard spaces while adapting them for other valuable purposes: as outdoor STEM classrooms, thriving research sites, powerful community projects, strategic offsetting opportunities, or productive agricultural land.
Deep experience across natural landscapes, agriculture and business, plus dedicated on-the-ground teams.
Rock-solid structures and systems, professional nous, and project management expertise.
Driven by science, data and evidence every step of the way.
Strong networks and healthy, successful partnerships.
Specific goals, rigorous monitoring, and clear and transparent reporting.
Our vision for 2050
Our purpose and our vision for the future are clear – a Queensland where increased biodiversity secures a healthy, prosperous and hopeful tomorrow for everyone.
Environmentally responsible investment is accepted as core.
True co-existence with nature is understood and valued.
Significant Ecological Corridors
Significant ecological corridors reconnect across the State's landscape and bioregions.
Biodiversity and natural capital accounting are integrated into primary production as part of holistic landscape management.
Sustainable Land Management
Sustainable land management is a valued specialist skill and career, with new jobs and sector created.
First Nations People
The capacity of First Nations people is recognised and traditional methods of land management are adopted in general practice.
Landholders understand (and are benefiting from) the value and bottom line returns from biodiversity.
Connection to Nature
Queenslanders are actively engaged, share their increased knowledge with others across the world, and are reaping the cultural and societal benefits of their connection to nature.
A new generation of sustainable environmental entrepreneurs and professionals are developed.
There is a positive carbon impact with our soils and trees acting as a globally significant carbon sink.